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    Barratt's Triffic bar. About the time of Mike Reid's "Runaround".

    Barratt still do some good nougat stuff.
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      Originally posted by hruggie74;165
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      TOPIC
      and
      REVELS
      thanks H its great to see these again.
      brings back memories.
      FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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          very nice h cant rememer these ones.
          FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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            You can't remember Treats???? They were one of the most popular sweets in the 70's and 80's!
            Heaven knows I'm miserable now.

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              at this time i just cant think of them.

              they sure look lovely.


              Originally posted by stuckinthe80's View Post
              You can't remember Treats???? They were one of the most popular sweets in the 70's and 80's!
              FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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              • Sweet wrappers over the years

                freddo's

                Possibly late 90's
                1997


                Best Years Of My Childhood Was Growing Up In The Late 90's and the early 2000's . before the world went Mad

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                  Dear Sixyten, and others

                  I have spend the last 20 mins looking through this thread. I humbly bow down to you 1st for the amazing collection of old sweet wrappers posted. Nearly each one brought back some long frogotten feeling or other of my childhood. And I thank all others who have posted here too!! I usually come on here after a few evening bevvies, so sometimes feeling a little nostalgic but this is awsome!!

                  I forgot how my diabetes 1st started and now I know LOL

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                    I second that!

                    Its an old thread but Ive not been on the forum in over a year and this I have to say is the most impressive collection of sweet wrappers I've seen yet.

                    Why on earth do they focus so much on marketing and packaging these days, I am pretty sure that kids of the 70's and 80s and adults too ate just as much as they do today, the humble packaging says it like it is, no song and dance or false beliefs. you know you get a fancy wrapper these days and inside the bar is half the size, half the flavour, not to mention expensive, disappointing !
                    Texan was always my fave and Oh I just remembered those Phantom Chews on Page 1, I was captivated by them!

                    Took me 20 minutes too lol
                    "Man who catch fly with chopsticks accomplish anything"

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                      Originally posted by a_c_g_t View Post
                      Dear Sixyten, and others

                      I have spend the last 20 mins looking through this thread. I humbly bow down to you 1st for the amazing collection of old sweet wrappers posted. Nearly each one brought back some long frogotten feeling or other of my childhood. And I thank all others who have posted here too!! I usually come on here after a few evening bevvies, so sometimes feeling a little nostalgic but this is awsome!!

                      I forgot how my diabetes 1st started and now I know LOL
                      , the Defunct sweet thread is still worth a look too, this thread was made after lots of the pictures there were pulled by one poster, but it still contains some gems, as I spent hours (days) painstakingly replacing them all. https://forums.doyouremember.co.uk/t...Defunct-sweets
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                        Originally posted by Heather74 View Post
                        Now these take me back to the double bill film features at the Cecil Cinema in Hull and going to the kiosk between films.

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                          I've just found this on a facebook page.
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                            great find M V.


                            Some crackers amongst rthese.

                            talk about a blast from the past.

                            Originally posted by moonvisage View Post
                            I've just found this on a facebook page.
                            FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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                              Originally posted by moonvisage View Post
                              I've just found this on a facebook page.
                              Wow, another great find,
                              Loads of goodies there,
                              Does anyone remember the brown After Eights ? What flavour were they ?

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                                Only just found these pages ... and I'm joining the contributors so here's a link to my collection at Pinterest - I'm in the process of scanning/uploading them all.

                                http://pinterest.com/simonwelander/c...t-wrappers-uk/

                                Enjoy.

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