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Cadbury's Contrast - I had forgotten this one. I think it was a mixture of milk and plain chocolates, hence the "contrast", but I'm sure someone will correct me if that's wrong!

Smiths Salt 'n' Shake Crisps. Another snack that involved some work - kids these days are so lazy expecting their snacks to be pre-salted ;)

School trips were always in coaches like this. upholstery in buses and coaches was always orange or blue

Smith's Crisps in greaseproof paper packet with separate blue paper twist containing salt. Yup it was crisps plus work.

Axed: TV ads that taught generations of children to cross the road safely

Sad these have been axed due to budgets Tufty the Squirrel became so popular that a nationwide Tufty Club was formed, which at its height had a staggering two million members

When BBC TV began transmitting again, following the Second World War, they introduced a children's segment titled 'For The Children' in which the puppet Muffin The Mule originally appeared. However, 1950 was the year that children's television really came of age. It saw the birth of Watch With Mother, the brainchild of legendary Freda Lingstrom, who became Head of Children's Television at the BBC.

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