All nostalgic retro items are wanted by the-toy-exchange -

Cadbury Wildlife Bar Wrappers I loved these! I had completely forgotten about them until now as well! To think I was mocking people for keeping the crisp packets with spice girls on but you couldn't get me to part with one of these!

Afternoons at the library!

Afternoons at the library!

Vintage UK 1970s - 80s BROWNIE Girl Guide UNIFORM + HAT TIE & BELT- ebay I had this uniform!!! I joined in 1988 when the badges on the right side of the uniform were updated- but the older girls all had this version of the 'venture' and 'roadway' badges. Ah, the nostalgia!

Vintage 1970s - 80s BROWNIE Girl Guide UNIFORM + HAT TIE & BELT

Wizbit: ha ha this-a-way, ha ha that-a-way...... - This used to freak me out, but I loved it anyway!

Wizbit: ha ha this-a-way, ha ha that-a-way.ha ha this-a-way my oh my

Spent so much of my childhood entangled ''Jingle Jangle inside out jingle jangle inside on''

Elastics was fun

Chinese Jump Rope - Must accomplish specific series of moves without making an error. It has been popular for many years, certainly since the in the United States. In New Zealand, Australia and Great Britain children refer to the game as "Elastics".

I remember these tins in school, they were used to keep words to learn spellings in.

Vintage golden virginia tobacco tin

My dad always had his Golden Virginia tin. I remember going to the shop for a of Golden Virginia and a packet of green cigarette papers lol

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Trebor Fruit Salads & Black Jacks used to be 4 for a penny at Yellows sweet shop on the corner !

Ahhh, sweet 70's

Retro Bilton Ironstone Brown Swirl Pattern Plate - I still have the matching cups, saucers, teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl, although the plates are long gone.

Mr Frosty - This totally just came to me when I put ice in my glass. Best toy ever!

Mr Frosty, the toy all children would have killed for but never got, as parents knew it was cheap plastic rubbish and we would play with it once then discard it. Didn't stop us wanting one !

The Good Life - once again the British get it way before we do - (sub)urban agriculture back in the 70's!

The real Good Life: An entire village turns against supermarkets and grows its own food

The Good Life - Barbara and Tom Good who leave their normal lives behind in pursuit of self-sufficiency.