My childhood

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The Jukebox there was only one cafe in town that had a juke box where I lived in the and

Juke Box

Vintage Tupperware Pastel Dessert Cereal Bowls Set - okay they're not THAT vintage. I bought them at a Tupperware party right after I got married almost 34 years ago. Is that considered vintage or am I just getting old?

Vintage Tupperware Pastel Dessert Cereal Bowls Set. I still have two or three

Fake fur winter hat with big furry pom poms, know you wore one! I had one and muffs to match!

Fake fur winter hat with big furry pom poms, 1970's--you know you wore one!:

crap Christmas Card in the pack of i remember this exact one and we had baubels just like them.The crap Christmas Card in the pack of i remember this exact one and we had baubels just like them. Noel Christmas, Christmas Candles, Retro Christmas, Christmas Greetings, All Things Christmas, Christmas Stocking, Christmas Decorations, 1970s Childhood, My Childhood Memories

I remember these cards we called them floppy discs because when someone shut the door they would fly off the shelf.

Duraglit - love the smell. Every week Dad & I would clean all the brass ornaments including a lot of horse brasses, lots of work but the looked lovely all shiny & clean.

Duraglit - love the smell. Every week Dad & I would clean all the brass ornaments including a lot of horse brasses, lots of work but the looked lovely all shiny & clean.

Top of the Pops albums. Contained all the chart hits, but performed by Butlins cabaret bands, who were (over) paid with beer and crisps. Dreadful - bought a couple of them before realising quite how shocking they were 1970s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, Those Were The Days, The Good Old Days, Pop Albums, Music Albums, Lp Cover, I Remember When, Teenage Years

Top of the Pops albums. These 70s albums, often sold for £1.25 in Woolworths, contained all the chart hits, but performed by Butlins cabaret bands, who were paid with beer and crisps.

Bunty Comic Book Paper Doll I had a huge collection of bunty cut-out dolls, I kept them in an old shirt box of my dad's, and they all had a name

Paper Dolls

Sindy and Bunty. Link…

An old Christmas card - Bliss from Bygone Days

Christmas 4U: Photo

Christmas Morning 1960's style .10/24/15

💜Luxurious lavender - have you tried this exquisite fragrance yet?

My inner landscape

Lavender perfume More

Magnus Pyke was in a science programme called "Don't Ask Me" (I remember that he used to use his hands a lot when talking ten to the dozen, and he lived in hammersmith) 1970s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, Science Programs, I Remember When, The Old Days, My Youth, Old Tv, Before Us, Classic Tv

Magnus Alfred Pyke (Paddington, London, 29th December 1908 — 19th October 1992) was a British scientist and media figure, who, although apparently quite eccentric and playing up to the mad scientist stereotype, succeeded in explaining science to a lay audience. He was known for his enthusiastic way of waving his arms around as he spoke.