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    Re: The Dooleys

    They remind me of my last years at school, they were good, Love of my Life & Chosen few.
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    KP Trebles

    I have done a search, hopefully someone can shed some light on this one? Made by KP in 1983, it was a bag of shelled unsalted peanuts, with raisins and chocolate drops in (like the kind you use in...
  3. Re: Microprocessor controlled washing machines from the 1980s

    Something you may be interested in was the Keymatic system, pioneered by Hoover back in 1963 but seems to have carried on into 1976 - Namely Hoover model A3008 from 1976. On a personal note, after...
  4. The Crow's Nest Cafe Highcliffe near Christchurch England

    Hi Group, just came back from a few days away at one of my1970's childhood Holiday destinations - Christchurch near Bournemouth England. Lovely place and if im not wrong a forumite lives there...
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    Re: Things that make you smile

    Warm Sunshine,
    Going round Aircraft Museums,
    Finding something unique from the past in a charity shop!
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    Re: Old school celebrity chefs

    Trickyvee, would it be Susan Brooks on This Morning? If you want to see the fab Graham Kerr try Youtube, I loved his seventies kitchen studio!

    How about the bombastic culinary dominatrix Fanny...
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    Re: Fun at the fair ground

    Dive Bomber was my fave, and the Meteorite.
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    Re: Wang Chung

    In 1984 when Dance Hall Days was in the top 10, I recall collecting Hula Hoops packets (10 needed to redeem one chart hit) You sent off and they came back in the post in a cardboard sleeve, we used...
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    Re: happy birthday darren.

    Happy Belated Birthday from me too Darren, hope it was a good un!
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    Re: Pogo Sticks

    Yes too true! They could smash your teeth in!:eek:
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    Re: Pogo Sticks

    I bought one from a car boot some years back, and it was well rusted up, so soaked it in graphited oil for a while and got it bouncing again!

    It was a very old one, but had a mean spring in it, we...
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    Re: Did food really taste better as a kid?

    Fatboy, I think you have a valid point here!:)
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    Re: Nescafe in a can

    Had a couple of these cans of Coffee in the mid/ late 1990's? They were OK, but they were expensive. The technology behind them is nothing new, as I believe self heating food cans were used by the...
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    Re: Howards Way

    I enjoyed this series, was it once filmed at Moody's Boatyard on the Swannwick Marina?
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    Re: Double dutch

    Remember this very fondly from that warm summer of 1983, always played in pubs on a Friday night.:)
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    Re: The Raising of the Mary Rose

    I was at College in 82, and seem to remember it being featured on Breakfast TV at around 8.30 am? My friend had called round for us to go to college together and seem to remember we didn't want to...
  17. Re: Happy Christmas and happy new year everyone.

    Wishing you all a peaceful Christmas and New year. Just opened my pressie from Mum, a second hand voice changing Dalek helmet (from Acorn's Childrens Hospice Shop) Always wanted one, and I am not...
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    Re: 'Cherry B'

    OK Folks! My friend Suzy and I used to drink this in 1983, we ordered half a sweet cider sipped some out and poured the cherry B into it, it was known as a "Leg Over" Honestly, it was!

    It...
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    Re: And Mother Makes Three

    That's really taken me back to less stressfull times! The lovely Wendy Craig, and she did Mother Makes five, somehow I feel this was run at about 2 PM just after lunch on weekdays?
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    Re: PLAY SCHOOL - Through the window films

    I used to get quite excited (well I was only 3 or 4) and stand shouting at the telly which one they were going to pick,

    The Round
    The Square
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    The Arched window

    I remember the one that...
  21. Re: Which Clique/gangs/groups did you belong to?

    I hung around with the specky geeks who sat at the end of the playground talking about electro magnetic propulsion systems in alien spacecraft! I wasn't sporty or the sort to collect loads of house...
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    Re: Merelite or Merelizer ??

    Excuse my late reply. This is fantastic! Yes, made by ICI, but the one I remember drinking was somewhat longer than this, and I recall contained Fresca a sort of bitter lemon drink with a pale blue...
  23. Thread: U Fo

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    Re: U Fo

    Is it me getting confused or is there mention to 2 different series here?

    Gerry Andersens UFO and the other series Project Blue Book mainly with USAF officers in blue uniforms? (someone stated...
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    Re: Home Brew Beer

    Back in 1975 my Dad used to get rewarded with a bottle of home made blueberry wine from the chap who owned the car Dad repaired frequently, and I must say it was really nice! Honestly, some people...
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    Re: Plastic Craft 1970's

    We did a few of these at school, I reckon they are great. Seem to remember putting a line of 1p and 2p coins in mine, but I do recall shells and sea life like the ones pictured. I'm going to go on...
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