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Dixon of Dock Green - A true Bobby. Beginning in 1955 and finally ending in 1976, Dixon of Dock Green was a popular series whose main character is still often used as a symbol of policing in Britain

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Monday - Picture Book Tuesday - Andy Pandy Wednesday - Bill and Ben Thursday…

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from Mail Online

You wear it well, Worzel, er... Rod

This was one of my favourite TV shows as a child, I loved he could change his head - "I'll just put me thinking head on" - and Aunt Sally, just perfect!

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from Twitter

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Vosene - don't under any circumstances get this in your eye as a child! #publichealthwarning

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from Retro Chick

I'd Love a Babycham

Babycham was probably one of the first alcoholic drinks I had. My mum & Grandma drank it.

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1970s Christmas Selection Box - Beamish Collections by Beamish Museum, via Flickr

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from www.funrunrobbie.co.uk

Giant Haystacks and Big Daddy two wresling greats, are the 2 johns going to look like this in a few years time?

My nan used to watch this every Saturday afternoon... well there was only 3 channels then. Fat old men sitting on each other. - WORLD OF SPORT (UK TV series) Wrestling with Giant Haystacks and Big Daddy, 1965 - 1985

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from eBay

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Avon Pretty Peach. My Mum was an Avon lady in the seventies and bought me some of this. Seeing these brings back the scent.

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Marshmallow biscuits, saw these in B Stores recently, they didn't taste like my memory of them did :-(

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Christchurch, Dorset. Love the river walk by the Priory.

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