Kathrine Ng

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conkers... apparently not allowed in schools these days... kids might get hurt or something, poor little mites -(I've still got the scars!)

Playing conkers before the pc health and safety consious century style stuck their nose in.use to harden them up with vinigar

Izal Toilet Paper Chad Valley offer | by GoldScotland71

Izal toilet paper, hard and nonabsorbent! My grandparents had this at their house, we used to sneak our own soft toilet roll in to use. Great for tracing paper!

School Milk. *I hated it, probably because there were no fridges ay school & it was warm when we came to drink it. Given out free to all young schoolchildren. Used to collect the soft, silver bottle-caps, like treasure...

In 1944 the Eduction Act in the UK provided free milk pint) and meals to everyone under I used to be a milk monitor and that meant getting to school early and taking crates to the class rooms.

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Paraffin heaters, they gave off quite a warm comforting smell and cast interesting reflections on the ceiling!

The Rag & Bone Man..."any ol rags"

Blast from the past! "Rag and bone man is a British phrase for a junk dealer. Historically the phrase referred to an individual who would travel the streets of a city with a horsedrawn cart, and would collect unwanted items.