Sweet And Nostalgic Review and Giveaway

We all enjoy looking back on our childhood, seeing something in a shop or on the tv that takes us straight back, or hearing to our parents and grandparents talk about their childhood and how different everything was then. I do it with my kids, they can not believe life with black and white televisions, or no mobile phones or computers.

I have found a great site called Sweet and Nostalgic who are an internet only company that sells a range of unique Retro Sweets Gift Packs, Traditional Sweets and Reproduction Memorabilia.

They offer Retro Sweet packs ranging from the 1940’s and each decade up to the 1990’s with new items being added all the time.  These are great for taking you back to your childhood and tasting your childhood all over again.

Back to my childhood

I have sat and looked through all of their sweets finding some of my favourites from when I was little including

  • Sweet Tobacco
  • Anglo Bubbly
  • Milk Bottles
  • White Mice
  • Lucky Bags
  • Multicoloured Sherbert
  • Sherbert Pips
  • Toffee Slabs

My list really could go on as I sit and keep remembering the sweets I used to love.

As well as retro sweets, they offer Vintage Advertising Signs with signs for any advertisement you can think of from your childhood.  These will make a great gift ideas and look great in kitchens and bathrooms.

Alongside the above, they also have a huge range of Retro gifts ranging from vintage kitchen storage tins, to memorabilia packs, newspapers and so much more.

A Hamper Full of Goodies

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Nostalgic Christmas Hamper with Memorabilia and Sweets

This Christmas Hamper will make a great present for anyone, full of sweets and gifts bringing the receiver memories of Christmas past.  The hamper includes

  • Playtime (1929) – A seasonal comic with features, riddles and cartoons
  • Season Ticket (1888) – A novelty message from a railway company
  • Images – Stocking filler of Christmas images and cards
  • Christmas Day TV (1973) – When we had only 3 channels to choose from
  • Grand Christmas Pantomime (1890) – A programme for Liverpool’s Empire festive show
  • Christmas Gifts (1950) – A cornucopia of presents from Chiesman’s of Lewisham
  • Pocket Keepsake (1892) – A fascinating Victorian book of Christmas Amusements including parlour games and tricks
  • Carols – No Christmas would be complete without Christmas Carols, the pamphlet includes all the favourites.
  • A sixpence
  • Plastic Kazoo
  • Toffee
  • Gold and Silver Coins
  • Cinnamon Balls
  • Clove Balls
  • Winter Mixture
  • Christmas Mix
  • 4 Candy Canes
  • nostalgic Christmas CD

I am also able to offer one of my lucky readers their chance to win this hamper full of goodies, please see below on how to enter

Nostalgic Christmas Hamper with Memorabilia and Sweets

Good luck

 

 

 

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Comments (345)

  • Susan Trubey 5 months ago Reply

    Chocolate mice.

    Robert 5 months ago Reply

    Refreshers!!!

  • Leila Benhamida 5 months ago Reply

    I always loved licorice.

  • Sharon wilkes 5 months ago Reply

    Oooh nutty bar. It was so soft and chewy caramel with nuts all over it. 🤤🤤🤤

  • Cat 5 months ago Reply

    Rhubarb rock

  • Susan B 5 months ago Reply

    Chocolate Fish from New Zealand. If anyone is travelling there, I recommend them along with Jaffas.

  • tammy tollefsen 5 months ago Reply

    Pontefract Cakes

  • Sarah Cz 5 months ago Reply

    Sherbet Fountain!

  • Joo Dee 5 months ago Reply

    barley sugars

  • Karen Collinson 5 months ago Reply

    Black Jacks

  • Kim Neville 5 months ago Reply

    Aniseed balls

  • Gillian Hitchen 5 months ago Reply

    wham bars

  • Andrea Caizley 5 months ago Reply

    I used to love Cola Cubes.

  • Tracy Nixon 5 months ago Reply

    Sherbet Dip Dabs!

  • Katie 5 months ago Reply

    white mice

  • pete c 5 months ago Reply

    mine are coconut mushrooms – so tasty and moreish!

  • iain maciver 5 months ago Reply

    cola bottles

  • Kim Coate 5 months ago Reply

    Black jacks, I used to eat them with the paper on to make them last longer!

  • Angela treadway 5 months ago Reply

    millions! x

  • susan younger 5 months ago Reply

    white mice

  • ruth robinson 5 months ago Reply

    my favourite child hood sweets are parma violets thank u

  • Maggie Norvell 5 months ago Reply

    Flying saucers – filled with sherbert !

  • Katerina Economides 5 months ago Reply

    Golden Cups.

  • Lucy Grabe-Watson 5 months ago Reply

    Prbably sugarmice

  • Katie Kingsbury 5 months ago Reply

    Coconut Mushrooms

  • john prendergast 5 months ago Reply

    lemon bon bons

  • Laura Atkins 5 months ago Reply

    Rhubarb and Custard sweets!

  • Jade Hewlett 5 months ago Reply

    Cola bottles

  • Lucy 5 months ago Reply

    Fruit Salads or Wham

  • Tara Clover 5 months ago Reply

    rosy apples

  • Angie McDonald 5 months ago Reply

    The Black Jack bar

  • Joanne Carrigan 5 months ago Reply

    Black Jacks

  • Debi Newman 5 months ago Reply

    Cola cubes x

  • Elaine Savage 5 months ago Reply

    Aniseed twists

  • Hayley Lynch 5 months ago Reply

    Parma Violets

  • Jessica Willis 5 months ago Reply

    Rubarb and custard

  • Irene McTaggart 5 months ago Reply

    Pineapple chunks

  • Amandeep Sibia 5 months ago Reply

    Cola bottles

  • Sheena Batey 5 months ago Reply

    Fruit Salads

  • Sheila Evans 5 months ago Reply

    Dolly mixture, always loved them!

  • Solange 5 months ago Reply

    Fizzy cola bottles.

  • lesley renshaw 5 months ago Reply

    Fruit Salads x

  • Marylyn Hammersley 5 months ago Reply

    Coconut mushrooms!

  • Karen Langridge 5 months ago Reply

    I loved kola cubes and rhubarb and custards especially when you had them weighed out in little bags! x

  • Natalie Crossan 5 months ago Reply

    Flying saucers!!

  • Mark Gardner 5 months ago Reply

    Dip dabs

  • Kevin000 5 months ago Reply

    Flying Saucers

  • Nigel Soper 5 months ago Reply

    Foxes Glacier Fruits

  • Elizabeth 5 months ago Reply

    Rum and Butter Toffees.

  • Adrian Bold 5 months ago Reply

    Fruit Salad chews. Thanks for the competition – good luck everyone!

  • Lisa Day 5 months ago Reply

    Chocolate coins as every year we got them for christmas and still do even now so it’s a tradition.

  • Alice Dixon 5 months ago Reply

    Parma violets

  • joanna butler-savage 5 months ago Reply

    a sherbert fountain

  • kerri copeland 5 months ago Reply

    backjacks

  • SAM BROWN 5 months ago Reply

    bon bons

  • T Brailey 5 months ago Reply

    I loved white mice

  • Helen Best 5 months ago Reply

    Fruit salads loved Shrimps & drumsticks to

  • Peter Watson 5 months ago Reply

    Jelly beans.

  • Ruth Harwood 5 months ago Reply

    gotta be cola cubes! Loved them as a kid!

  • Noreen 5 months ago Reply

    Clove rock

  • Hannah Ingham 5 months ago Reply

    I love those foamy style bananas!

  • Joanne Beale 5 months ago Reply

    Strawberry Bon Bons

  • Lindsey Stuart 5 months ago Reply

    I used to love Irn bru bars when I was little! I wish they were still available.

  • Keith Hunt 5 months ago Reply

    sweet cigarettes even though i have never smoked

  • Emma Briggs 5 months ago Reply

    I really liked getting hard candy Alphabet sweets (not sure if they had a proper name). We’d go to the sweet stall at our local indoor Market and get a paper bag full of them.

  • Rachel Craig 5 months ago Reply

    Marshmallows.

  • Maggie Ali 5 months ago Reply

    Strawberry bon bons

  • Jackie Dawson 5 months ago Reply

    Strawberry bon bons

  • Rebecca Brown 5 months ago Reply

    The little chocolate disks with sprinkles on the top – I love the way they crunch!

  • Zoe little 5 months ago Reply

    Spangles were my favourite

  • stacey turner 5 months ago Reply

    Anglo bubbly

  • Abigail Cullen 5 months ago Reply

    Fizzy Cola Bottles

  • ADEINNE TONNER 5 months ago Reply

    For me it would have to be drumsticks

  • Kate Leather 5 months ago Reply

    Fireballs

  • Andrea Upton 5 months ago Reply

    Army and Navy Sweets

  • Catherine McAlinden 5 months ago Reply

    I loved cherry lips

  • Sarah Davison 5 months ago Reply

    sweet peanuts

  • Laura Pritchard 5 months ago Reply

    White Chocolate Mice were the best, as were Double Dips!

  • Geoff L 5 months ago Reply

    Spending pocket money on Penny Dainties (but got Dairy Crunch from a platform machine as a treat when my parents took me somewhere by train)

  • Karen Dixon 5 months ago Reply

    Lover sherbert

  • Maxine Feehely 5 months ago Reply

    Cough candy

  • Christine Sutherland 5 months ago Reply

    Coconut mushrooms

  • Emma Morgan 5 months ago Reply

    I loved popping to the corner shop for a mixed bag of penny sweets but mainly the black jacks and fruit salads.

  • Laura Banks 5 months ago Reply

    blackjacks

  • Kathryn Cox 5 months ago Reply

    Stwarberry choc mice

  • melanie stirling 5 months ago Reply

    Foam banana sweets.

  • Jayne Roberts 5 months ago Reply

    Omg you are taking us all back ….I loved them all

    Coca Cola cubes !!!!

  • Ursula Hunt 5 months ago Reply

    I loved Lemon sherbets

  • Tracy Newton 5 months ago Reply

    I love flying saucers

  • Charlotte 5 months ago Reply

    my faves were jazzies or the fish in yorkshire mixture

  • Christine Taylor 5 months ago Reply

    My favourite sweet was Fruit Salads 1 penny sweets = I loved them x

  • olivia Kirby 5 months ago Reply

    Min mojos, foam bananas, shrimps, coconut mushrooms and sherbhert dib dab

  • Samantha j 5 months ago Reply

    Pasers – they were the minty opal fruits

  • Deirdre M 5 months ago Reply

    Flying Saucers!

  • Mark R 5 months ago Reply

    Pink Shrimps, cola bottles and alphabet sweets were favourites for me.

  • jo liddement 5 months ago Reply

    I loved Black Jack chews when i was a child.

  • Lucy Barlow 5 months ago Reply

    Too many to name! Drumsticks! Spearmint chews!

  • Michelle Ferguson 5 months ago Reply

    I loved milky bars

  • Ann-Marie Gould 5 months ago Reply

    fruit salads and black jacks- Still love them!

  • Carolyn E 5 months ago Reply

    Flying Saucers

  • Karen Von kriegsheim 5 months ago Reply

    Fizzy cola bottles were my favourite x

  • Carole Nott 5 months ago Reply

    So many to choose from – i always loved sherbert fountains

  • Christina Palmer 5 months ago Reply

    I always loved lemon sherberts and cola pips

  • Lyn Geddes 5 months ago Reply

    Coconut mushrooms

  • Maureen M 5 months ago Reply

    Banana flavoured toffee

  • Kym Robson 5 months ago Reply

    Coconut mushrooms

  • Lisa Tang 5 months ago Reply

    Flying Saucers!

  • Kim Carberry 5 months ago Reply

    When I was a child I loved black jacks. I still love them x

  • Emma Walton 5 months ago Reply

    I have several, lemon sherberts, rhubarb and custard and pear drops.

  • Joanne Billington 5 months ago Reply

    Beer bottle jelly sweets

  • Jane Willis 5 months ago Reply

    Spangles

  • russell scott 5 months ago Reply

    white mice

  • Karen hutchinson 5 months ago Reply

    A quarter of pineapple cubes

  • Elena Kase 5 months ago Reply

    flying saucers were yummy.well all sweets in childhood were yummy.

  • charlotte wilde 5 months ago Reply

    wham bars – i loved the bits of sherbet in them!

  • Zoey P 5 months ago Reply

    White mice , used to love going to corner shops with 10p for a bag of sweets

  • Rebecca Cusick 5 months ago Reply

    White chocolate mice and kola kubes were the best x

  • Suzanne Gaulton 5 months ago Reply

    Drumstick lollies!

  • Sarah Blackwell-Hughes 5 months ago Reply

    Milk bottles!

  • Yvonne Cooke 5 months ago Reply

    Sherbet dip-dabs was my favourite x great prize x great blog x

  • mandy coker 5 months ago Reply

    cola cubes

  • rebecca courtney 5 months ago Reply

    kola kubes

  • Tracy Baines 5 months ago Reply

    so many to choose from but used to love midget gems and pear drops

  • frances hopkins 5 months ago Reply

    Cola cubes

  • chelsey hollings 5 months ago Reply

    Midget Gems

  • Laura Wheatley 5 months ago Reply

    I loved the little foil chocolate cups 🙂

  • Amanda tanner 5 months ago Reply

    White mice and cola bottles

  • Stephanie Dunmore 5 months ago Reply

    Aniseed balls

  • Debbie Finnerty 5 months ago Reply

    My faves were giant cola bottles and cola cubes

  • c 5 months ago Reply

    chocolate mice

  • kathy cakebread 5 months ago Reply

    flying saucers 🙂

  • Jackie Allum 5 months ago Reply

    Double Dip, but they were bigger when I was younger. These days there’s only about a tsp of sherbert in the packet which is a shame.

  • Jennifer Toal 5 months ago Reply

    Flying saucers

  • jules Eley 5 months ago Reply

    Black jacks for me!

  • Jade Jones 5 months ago Reply

    floral gums

  • Sarah Summers 5 months ago Reply

    Parma violets 😋

  • Michelle Smith 5 months ago Reply

    Sweet tobacco

  • Matthew Warman 5 months ago Reply

    Pear drops

  • Nicki Ramsay 5 months ago Reply

    Blackjacks

  • cheryl hadfield 5 months ago Reply

    Flying saucers

  • valerie cooper 5 months ago Reply

    Flying saurcers

  • Angela Kelly 5 months ago Reply

    I used to love Highland Toffee and Dolly Mixtures, before they took all the additives out.

  • Sara Owen 5 months ago Reply

    My favourite has got to be parma violets

  • Lorna Ledger 5 months ago Reply

    Dib Dabs

  • Fiona Johnstone 5 months ago Reply

    I always loved Rhubarb Rock.

  • Mike Gerrie 5 months ago Reply

    Flying saucers with the sherbet inside

  • Claire Woods 5 months ago Reply

    flying saucers

  • Angela Muir 5 months ago Reply

    Cola cubes

  • Anne Eames 5 months ago Reply

    Milk bottles

  • claire griffiths 5 months ago Reply

    fruit salads and black jacks 🙂

  • stephanie 5 months ago Reply

    milk bottles

  • Chris Andrews 5 months ago Reply

    ​What is your favourite sweet from your childhood?
    Black jacks which l got from the penny tray at our local shop, any one else remember the penny tray?

  • Sharon Hirst 5 months ago Reply

    Sherbet fountain

  • sally t 5 months ago Reply

    popping candy

  • Sam Cornford 5 months ago Reply

    Fireballs.

  • clair downham 5 months ago Reply

    cola bottles

  • Judy Kennedy 5 months ago Reply

    shrimps

  • James McLaughlin 5 months ago Reply

    Coconut mushrooms

  • Megan Williams 5 months ago Reply

    Wham bars!

  • Katrina Adams 5 months ago Reply

    Flying Saucers… I still love them!

  • kimberley ryan 5 months ago Reply

    Cherry lips

  • Sarah Roberts 5 months ago Reply

    Dip dabs! love them still

  • Lauren Prater 5 months ago Reply

    Fizzy cola bottles – the more sour the better!

  • Sarah Ann 5 months ago Reply

    I loved fruit salads as a child.

  • Ema J Lowe 5 months ago Reply

    wham bars, I would buy them from the ice cream man for 10p, used to love the little sour flakes.

  • sarah hutt 5 months ago Reply

    Mine were satin cushions small pillow shaped sticky boiled sweets bought by the quarter they tasted great

  • Margaret Clarkson 5 months ago Reply

    Sherbet Bonbons

  • SianiD 5 months ago Reply

    Coconut mushrooms – loved them. Used to to out on Xmas eve with my dad to Littlewoods pick and mix.

  • hannah igoe 5 months ago Reply

    I loved parma violets

  • Alice Colling 5 months ago Reply

    Sherbet fountain

  • Rachel White 5 months ago Reply

    I used to get cola cubes or aniseed twists! Yummy!

  • Sally Collingwood 5 months ago Reply

    I used to like Flying Saucers!

  • Fiona Timms 5 months ago Reply

    Flying saucers

  • Jemma Dwyer 5 months ago Reply

    cola bottles

  • Darrell Perry 5 months ago Reply

    Texan Bars

  • Jayne Barnes 5 months ago Reply

    I loved Texan bars

  • David Powell 5 months ago Reply

    Chocolate Coins

  • Liz T 5 months ago Reply

    Pear drops

  • Maria P 5 months ago Reply

    I love fudge 🙂

  • sue leake 5 months ago Reply

    pea nuts in a crunchy pea nut shell I can’t remember their name

  • Carrie-Anne Brown 5 months ago Reply

    Fizzy cherries

  • Kirsteen MacKay 5 months ago Reply

    Pink and White Mushrooms

  • Maureen Moss 5 months ago Reply

    Sherbet lemons

  • Helen booth 5 months ago Reply

    Lemon sherbets!

  • ROBERT MCINTOSH 5 months ago Reply

    Rhubarb rock

  • claire w 5 months ago Reply

    pear drops

  • Sophie Roberts 5 months ago Reply

    Caramac!

  • Lynn Neal 5 months ago Reply

    Fruit Pastels

  • Abigail 5 months ago Reply

    Sunset sarsaparilla sticks.

  • Jen s morgan 5 months ago Reply

    Fruit salads

  • samantha nickells 5 months ago Reply

    Blackjacks…still love them now!

  • Vicky Hawkins 5 months ago Reply

    chocolate limes

  • Michaela Smith 5 months ago Reply

    Difficult question 🙂 but I think ill plump for a refresher chews!! YUM!

  • Louise Heaton 5 months ago Reply

    Trebor’s Mummy’s Sweets. They had horror stories on the wrappers. Loved both the sweets and the stories. Wish they would bring them back.

  • Clare Hubbard 4 months ago Reply

    I love cola cubes

  • Laura Loo 4 months ago Reply

    I always loved the soft rhubarb and custard sweets

  • Rebecca Mercer 4 months ago Reply

    rhubarb and custard sweets

  • Beverley Cousins 4 months ago Reply

    Toffee Pillows.. Mmmmm, now that’s taken me bad a few (loads) years lol

  • James Travis 4 months ago Reply

    cola bottles

  • FARIDAH BROOKER 4 months ago Reply

    Sherbet Fountains

  • jacqui graham 4 months ago Reply

    flying saucers (with the sherbet in the middle)

  • emma howard 4 months ago Reply

    Chocolate jazzies

  • Cat Williams 4 months ago Reply

    Pear Drops

  • Julie Wilson 4 months ago Reply

    Coconut mushrooms

  • Caroline Cordery (chewing nuts) 4 months ago Reply

    chewing nuts

  • Ray Everett 4 months ago Reply

    White mice

  • Kristyn Harris 4 months ago Reply

    Sherbet pips

  • Valerie Seal 4 months ago Reply

    Flying saucers full of sherbet

  • Allan Wilson 4 months ago Reply

    Cherry Lips or Floral Gums

  • Adele Knight 4 months ago Reply

    Loved White Mice

  • C Whitlow 4 months ago Reply

    White Mice. Nom nom. Couldn’t get enough of them…so it was lucky they only cost half a penny 😂

  • Mark Mccaffery 4 months ago Reply

    Oddfellows were a favourite of mine.

  • Margaret Mccaffery 4 months ago Reply

    Russian caramels

  • Sarah Mccaffery 4 months ago Reply

    My favourite is still Mint cracknel.

  • Lucinda Fortune 4 months ago Reply

    Aniseed Balls

  • Jessica Barber 4 months ago Reply

    Sherbet pips!

  • Amy Denney 4 months ago Reply

    Fruit salads

  • dana 4 months ago Reply

    love hearts

  • Tasha 4 months ago Reply

    Sherbet dip dabs

  • Frances H 4 months ago Reply

    Fruit Salads.

  • Melissa Crowe 4 months ago Reply

    sugar mice yummy treat

  • Charmaine Dance 4 months ago Reply

    Dib dabs

  • AnnaH 4 months ago Reply

    Milk gums

  • Troy Easton 4 months ago Reply

    cola bottles

  • Sonia Richardson 4 months ago Reply

    Fruit salad

  • greig spencer 4 months ago Reply

    cola bottles

  • JULIE WHITTAKER 4 months ago Reply

    Cherry Lips and Floral Gums!!!

  • sheri Darby 4 months ago Reply

    Black Jacks

  • Arabella Bazley 4 months ago Reply

    I loved Everlasting Toffee strips because you could stretch them to ridiculous lengths.

  • Jade Weeden 4 months ago Reply

    Lemon sherbet

  • Hekna 4 months ago Reply

    Has to be foam shrimps for me

  • Christine Hobbs 4 months ago Reply

    The penny toffee from the jar

  • Michaela Turner 4 months ago Reply

    Wham bars

  • Victoria Prince 4 months ago Reply

    Mine were little blackberries and raspberries – not sure what they were called, I haven’t seen them in years. They were jelly sweets covered in little sugar “pips” – I’ve seen jelly blackberries and raspberries but these weren’t like those.

  • Laura Turner 4 months ago Reply

    Palma Violets, I still love them.

  • Ray Becker 4 months ago Reply

    Kola cubes

  • Lauren Main 4 months ago Reply

    Parma violets were my absolute favourite, don’t see much of them these days!

  • David Greenhalgh 4 months ago Reply

    spangles – those were the days!!

  • Lauren Old 4 months ago Reply

    Mine would be drumsticks

  • Emma Campbell 4 months ago Reply

    Roy Rover chew bars, loved their lemon citrus flavour

  • donna l jones 4 months ago Reply

    cola cubes

  • Kim M 4 months ago Reply

    Flying Saucers x

  • KATHY D 4 months ago Reply

    Spangles -where did they go????

  • Catherine Stewart 4 months ago Reply

    Flying saucers

  • Allan Fullarton 4 months ago Reply

    Black Jacks

  • Charlotte Burford 4 months ago Reply

    The big cola bottles!

  • Maria soady 4 months ago Reply

    Pineapple chunks

  • astrid c 4 months ago Reply

    flying saucers actually still love them x

  • Amanda Gregory 4 months ago Reply

    Refreshers were always my favourites.

  • Vanessa Wood 4 months ago Reply

    Sugarmice – probably why my teeth are complaining now!

  • Caroline Blaza 4 months ago Reply

    I just to like refreshers…..actually I still do!!

  • Dianne Simpson Simpson 4 months ago Reply

    Pineapple cubes although if you had too many your mouth became sore

  • laura stewart 4 months ago Reply

    fruit salad and black jacks

  • Kelvin M 4 months ago Reply

    Coconut mushrooms

  • Jill Fairbanks 4 months ago Reply

    Cola cubes

  • Tracey Mitchell 4 months ago Reply

    Black Jacks

  • Angela Elliott 4 months ago Reply

    not really a sweet, more of a chocolate….I have fond memories of mint cracknel chocolate bars

  • Chloe brill 4 months ago Reply

    love blackjacks

  • Andy Craig 4 months ago Reply

    Skittles

  • Helen Rosbotham 4 months ago Reply

    A quarter of cola pips , you seemed to get hundreds

  • Abi Birch 4 months ago Reply

    My favourite childhood sweets are fruit salads 🙂

  • Karen Howden 4 months ago Reply

    Sherbet with a traffic light lolly

  • Gillian McClelland 4 months ago Reply

    Golden Cups

  • Jade Brookman 4 months ago Reply

    Cola cubes 🙂

  • David Pendleton 4 months ago Reply

    Shrimps

  • Kat C 4 months ago Reply

    Toffos. Now extinct!

  • Anna Brown 4 months ago Reply

    Cola cubes

  • Darren Griffiths 4 months ago Reply

    Black jacks and fruit salads.

  • Lynne Cavanagh 4 months ago Reply

    Pineapple Cubes

  • Nikki Phipps 4 months ago Reply

    Coconut Mushrooms 😍

  • Kim W 4 months ago Reply

    Coconut tobacco, loved the smell too!

  • Collette SR 4 months ago Reply

    Chocolate traffic light lollies

  • Tracey Whysall 4 months ago Reply

    Cough Candy twists!

  • Emma Loftus 4 months ago Reply

    When I was small I was a big fan of gummy bears they were 1/2 each in our local shop. 10p went a long way.

  • Carol Phile 4 months ago Reply

    Traffic light lollies

  • Cheryl 4 months ago Reply

    Apple Jacks, but nobody else seems to remember then so I’d go with Parma Violets

  • Deb Pettit 4 months ago Reply

    Refresher bars

  • zoe somerfield 4 months ago Reply

    Chewing nuts

  • Jo Hutchings 4 months ago Reply

    I’m sure I’m not imagining this, but I think there used to be white mice that you bit and they were pink inside. I used to like those.

  • Jade marie 4 months ago Reply

    Black jacks 😋

  • Lucy Chester 4 months ago Reply

    I loved fruit salads but never liked black jacks so I used to give them to my brother as they came together in our sweet shop

  • Tricia Bingham 4 months ago Reply

    pineapple cubes but they really made your mouth sore if you ate too many

  • Jan 4 months ago Reply

    Parma Violets

  • Nicola Dow 4 months ago Reply

    Milk choo

  • Tammy Neal 4 months ago Reply

    Chocolate mice

  • Kate Loader 4 months ago Reply

    Chewing Nuts!

  • Lindsey Loughtman 4 months ago Reply

    Spangles

  • Kay Adeola 4 months ago Reply

    COla Cubes still my favorite

  • Carol Boffey 4 months ago Reply

    i love cola cubes

  • Rachael Sexey 4 months ago Reply

    Flying saucers 🎑

  • Derek Wilson 4 months ago Reply

    Glad a few others have mentioned Spangles – I thought I was the only person to remember them! Such happy, innocent times 🙂

  • Nicola O'Brien 4 months ago Reply

    Pear Drops

  • Ruth lee 4 months ago Reply

    Sherbet dip dap

  • Danielle Pooley 4 months ago Reply

    Cola cubes

  • Teresa sheldon 4 months ago Reply

    I loved black jacks and fruit salad chew sweets they use to be 2for a 1p a real bargain

  • janine atkin 4 months ago Reply

    chocolate mice. i still love them now

  • betsy ferguson 4 months ago Reply

    the white and pink nougat bars were the thing i reached out for x

  • Francesca Harrod 4 months ago Reply

    Caramac!!

  • Joanne smith 4 months ago Reply

    Cola cubes

  • Stef Acaster 4 months ago Reply

    cola cubes

  • Jeanette Leighton 4 months ago Reply

    I used to love bon bons

  • Sarah Cooper 4 months ago Reply

    cola bottles

  • sarah morris 4 months ago Reply

    Loved black jacks

  • Laura Lee 4 months ago Reply

    It has to be black jacks and aniseed balls. I remember going to the garage and they were actually 1p each so I could get sooooo many for my 50p LOL

  • Dale Dow 4 months ago Reply

    I used to love cola cubes, remember getting 1/4 for only 20p!

  • sharon martin 4 months ago Reply

    sherbet dib dabs

  • Michaela B 4 months ago Reply

    I loved Black Jack’s and Fruit Salads

  • Carolynn Woodland 4 months ago Reply

    I adored sherbet lemons and still do.

  • Joanna Nichol 4 months ago Reply

    Flying Saucers

  • Emma Hussain 4 months ago Reply

    Toffo’s

  • Sallyanne Rose 4 months ago Reply

    parma violets

  • Natalie White 4 months ago Reply

    Sherbert Fountains, yum!

  • Reana Scott 4 months ago Reply

    ooo wham bars they were so fizzy

  • Andrea Dimmick 4 months ago Reply

    Strawberry bon bons

  • Erica Hughes 4 months ago Reply

    Flying saucers

  • Sarah-Dawn Pope 4 months ago Reply

    Parma violets

  • Ryan Painter 4 months ago Reply

    Cola Cubes

  • Kay Broomfield 4 months ago Reply

    White chocolate skulls that had strawberry sauce in them!

  • Gaynor Vincent 4 months ago Reply

    Mint flavored custard – used to get it at school, loved it

  • Jess Howliston 4 months ago Reply

    I used to love going to get Pick a mix in general with my nan and grandad as a child but I think my favourite were the sweet peanuts (or as I used the call them the Elephant peanuts, no idea why though lol!).

  • Sarah Addey 4 months ago Reply

    White coc fish n chips

  • Gabrielle Powell 4 months ago Reply

    i always liked Flying Saucers

  • Sandra Fortune 4 months ago Reply

    Pear drops loved them

  • zoe brown 4 months ago Reply

    bubble gum strawberry hubba bubba

  • Rachael Obrien 4 months ago Reply

    I loved white chocolate fish and chips !

  • Kerry Nicholls 4 months ago Reply

    I loved and still love most sweets but I think my favourite was probably sherbet fountains.

  • Jade Bremner 4 months ago Reply

    Not so much a sweet but I did have a fav choccies bar which was the Cadbury marble but sadly they no longer make it.

  • Laura Findlay 4 months ago Reply

    Sweet peanuts. My Mum used to work in a shop and she used to get me some every week as a treat x

  • A.E. ADKINS 4 months ago Reply

    Aniseed balls and gobstoppers but only with a seed in the centre

  • Richard Saunders 4 months ago Reply

    It has to be Refreshers for me

  • David 4 months ago Reply

    Curly Whurly

  • Andrea A 4 months ago Reply

    Black Jacks are my favourite sweet from my childhood.

  • Louise Clarke 4 months ago Reply

    When i was young i used to love Bubbilicous bubble gum

  • Heli L 4 months ago Reply

    Cola bottles! Still love them.

  • ksenia zywczuk 4 months ago Reply

    marshmallows

  • Carrie Jennings 4 months ago Reply

    cola cubes. they’re not the same anymore

  • paula cheadle 4 months ago Reply

    I love the drumsticks

  • Chris Minko 4 months ago Reply

    Spangles

  • Deborah Preston 4 months ago Reply

    I always chose Sherbet Fountains

  • Aaron Milne 4 months ago Reply

    Old fashioned spangles

  • Tee Simpson 4 months ago Reply

    Cherry drops

  • Elzbieta Znyk 4 months ago Reply

    The Black Jack.

  • Lia Burns 4 months ago Reply

    Kola cubes the ones that were soft in the middle! Mmmmm

  • Kerry Webber 4 months ago Reply

    Edible rice paper! I loved that stuff!!

  • jacqui rushton 4 months ago Reply

    Rhubarb and custard

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