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The coal man delivering a sack of coal and emptying it into the concrete coal shed in the back garden. My Nana  would count the bags of coal as they were being delivered

The coal man delivering a sack of coal and emptying it into the concrete coal bunker in the back garden. We had to shovel coal into buckets even in the rain to keep the fire going!

Embassy No1 Vouchers

Embassy Cigarette 'Coupons' as my mum called them.The ice cream guy would also buy these from people,presumably to redeem for gifts

Count Duckula. After appearing as a villain in Danger Mouse, the veggie vampire got his own show.

After appearing as a villain in Danger Mouse, the veggie vampire got his own show. I used to watch this with my son when he was small.and I loved every minute of it!

"The book that made me fall in love with books... "The Enchanted wood" by Enid Blyton I was gripped from the moment my mum began to read it to my brother and I and I'm now enjoying reading it to my own two for the first time. I love watching their faces as they hear about the adventures of all the different characters and I truly hope that it sparks a great love for books in them too" - Elaine Parry

Enid Blyton 'The Enchanted Wood' - this and the Faraway Tree were some of my favourite childhood books

The Big Chill (1983)

The Big Chill (1983)

The Big Chill: A group of seven former college friends gather for a weekend reunion at a posh South Carolina winter house after the funeral of one of their friends.

Ahhh Rupert Annual! ~ Relatives from England used to send them to us for Christmas! ♥

Rupert Annual, including Rupert's Magic Painting Pictures, United Kingdom, written and illustrated by Alfred Bestall, published by The Daily Express.

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