Watch with Mother - lunchtime TV during the week

Watch with Mother, remember it like it was yesterday - lunchtime TV during the week

The usherettes would appear at the interval and the knack was to time your scoot down the aisle to get in first for your tub of ice cream.

Remember when the ice cream lady walked down the cinema aisle in the interval to sell ice cream tubs and refreshments from her little tray.

Playing two ball up the wall.... Used to play this up the side of the house and drive my mum and dad crazy with the noise - Me too!

Many girls could juggle 2 or 3 balls at a time against a wall. Their complex games involved high speed bouncing moves and when that became too tame they would toss the ball between their legs or twirl around before catching the ball

Traditional British uniform gymslip. Lord Have Mercy this was my school uni at Priors Field. The omly difference is the tie was Green, grey and red.

wore a brown gymslip (pinafore dress) part of my uniform at my first primary school with a large felt hat and blazer with school badge on it

Remember the rag and bone man? "Any old iron" he used to call. Well, this is me looking at his horse! I guess this would have been about 1965? Social history!

Horse drawn rag and bone cart.I remember the rag and bone man's call of "any old iron"-he would give us kids a balloon or a goldfish in a plastic bag in exchange for some rags.We loved to pet the horse and feed it sugar lumps or apples.

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Dixon of Dock Green was a BBC television series about daily life at a London police station. The central character was a mature and sympathetic police constable, George Dixon, played by Jack Warner in all of the 432 episodes, from 1955 to

VINTAGE 1950's Brownie Uniform Dress & Badges/Patches: Girl Guide/Girlguiding UK | eBay

VINTAGE 1950's Brownie Uniform Dress & Badges/Patches: Girl Guide/Girlguiding UK

VINTAGE 1950's Brownie Uniform Dress & Badges/Patches: Girl Guide/Girlguiding UK | eBay

Muffin the Mule. This is what I take to be the original and genuine muffin. A bit hard on the teeth though. I have one of these but it has a leg missing. Looks like this one is missing a leg also.

This is what I take to be the original and genuine muffin. A bit hard on the teeth though. I have one of these but it has a leg missing.

Lovely Jubbly-These bring back memories of my school days, I would use part of my school dinner money to buy one on my way home from school, happy days!

A frozen jubbly in a waxed container which came off as you sucked the contents. It lasted forever. The last bit was just ice as all the juice had been sucked out of it.

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