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National Savings Stamps - we could take 6d a weeks to school and get a stamp added to our book. When we had saved up enough we could exchange this at the Post Office for a national Savings Certificate. If you could afford it you could buy stamps valued at half a crown (2/6) which featured Prince Charles

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Nearly every Saturday afternoon was spent at a Jumble sale , i'd get a pair of shoes high heels about 3/4 sizes to big a handbag and a hat ,what a state all us kids would look like walking home but we felt like princesses . .Happy days . . . .

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Crackerjack - A long-term children's programme (started in 1955 and ran until 1984) filmed live, with an audience mainly consisting of cubs, scouts, girl-guides and brownies in full uniform and energetic kiddies all crammed into a Shepherd's Bush theatre. The show was meant for eight to ten-year-olds, but one of the great strengths of the show, was that it never played down to the audience just because they were young. As a result, Crackerjack appealed to an audience of all ages.

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