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Silver Jubilee 1977 Street Party.  oh yes i remember the street party we had in our st.

Silver Jubilee 1977 Street Party. oh yes i remember the street party we had in our st.

Rise and Shine 'powdered' fruit juice.  There were no bottles of fresh orange juice when I was a kid.  You had to either squeeze the oranges yourself or mix up this powder. I liked it but I'm sure I wouldn't now.

Rise and Shine 'powdered' fruit juice. There were no bottles of fresh orange juice when I was a kid. You had to either squeeze the oranges yourself or mix up this powder. I liked it but I'm sure I wouldn't now.

For a deliciously nostalgic cake, combine a classic flavour combination of orange and chocolate in this retro two-tone bake

Chocolate orange marble cake

For a deliciously nostalgic cake, combine a classic flavour combination of orange and chocolate in this retro two-tone bake

Thick juice glasses that do not break when you are washing the dishes. I still pick them up when I find them.

Thick juice glasses that do not break when you are washing the dishes. I still pick them up when I find them.

Quatro : 1983

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Loved this tangy orange drink, make it again Bird's.

Appeal Orange Juice

Vintage Santa's Land Glasses, Set of 2, Nostalgic Christmas Glasses, Putnam, Vermont, Advertising Barware, Santa's Land Vermont Juice Glass by CapeCodModern on Etsy

Vintage Santa's Land Glasses, Set of 2, Nostalgic Christmas Glasses, Putnam, Vermont, Advertising Barware, Santa's Land Vermont Juice Glass

Vintage Santa's Land Glasses, Set of 2, Nostalgic Christmas Glasses, Putnam, Vermont, Advertising Barware, Santa's Land Vermont Juice Glass by CapeCodModern on Etsy

Bottles of orange juice and cod-liver oil, distributed to pre-school children in Britain during WW2 and still available in the 1950's when Mum fostered babies.

Bottles of orange juice and cod-liver oil, distributed to pre-school children in Britain during WW2 and still available in the 1950's when Mum fostered babies.

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