The cassette recorder, you had to put it close to the speakers to record songs on a Sunday from the chart countdown!

Panasonic cassette tape recorder - I used to put the mic in front of the TV to record my favourite songs from Top Of The Pops

The 10 Grooviest Cartoons From The 1970s

The 6 Grooviest Cartoons From The 1970s

Josie and the Pussy Cats - I watched this cartoon every morning before going to school:)

Mr Benn and the Shopkeeper

Mr Benn and the Shopkeeper. As if by magic the shopkeeper appeared.

Mr Benn was my favourite show and I failed to realise how few episodes there actually were of this genius creation.

Mr Benn and the Shopkeeper. As if by magic the shopkeeper appeared.

Advent Calendar - and not a chocolate in sight!

Vintage Nativity Advent Calendar Printed in Germany

Another Health and Safety loss in the playground......I loved this, especially when you made it swing in an oval and it would judder as it collided with the other side, if you know what I mean....

I would have all this old fashioned "dangerous" playground equipment in the inner-courtyard of my dream house

Mister Hartley Hare ... more manky than marvellous but he's my favourite tv presenter of all time.... swoon

Pipkins - Hartley Hare, terrifying, he looked like roadkill! All the Pipkins characters were somewhat disturbing :

Vintage Fuzzy Felt Circus - hehehe, when I was a child I used to love leaving this on the chair so it stuck to the back of mums skirt!

Vintage Fuzzy Felt Circus 1960

Vintage Fuzzy Felt Circus Not only did we play with these sets, but our Sunday School teachers would use felt boards and felt people and animals to teach us Bible stories.

Ladybird Books

Ladybird Books Sleeping Beauty another beautifully illustrated book

Cider lolly

Cider lolly - for young alcoholics

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Playground horse - always got hurt on this

The Brownie Guide handbook 1977 (I actually have this somewhere)

The Brownie Guide Handbook - Girl Scouts - London, England 1977

The Brownie Guide Handbook - Girl Scouts - London 1977 - I read this so many times - loved the story about becoming a brownie.

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

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

School Country Dancing lessons

School Country Dancing lessons lol i remember these. all the boys not wanting to dance holding girls hands

DO YOU REMEMBER THESE CLASSIC KIDS TV PROGRAMES?(mostly from the 70's)

Captain Pugwash is a pirate who commands the ship the Black Pig.

"Here is a box, a musical box, wound up and ready to play. But this box can hide a secret inside. Can you guess what is in it today ?"

"Here is a box, a musical box, wound up and ready to play. But this box can hide a secret inside. Can you guess what is in it today ?" - one of my favourite programmes ever!

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