Joe Knight… Hop scotch
Karen Sweatman… Stuck in the mud
Alan Esdaile… marbles
Leigh Wieland-Boys… Jacks, hopscotch, tag, hide & seek, pooh sticks, football, skipping, cowboys & Indians – such happy days
John Warner… Me too!
Kathy Wood… French skipping
British Bulldog… British bulldog and hide and seek.
Janine Anne Scott… Kiss chase xx
Colin Fox… probably get arrested for sexual harassment these days.
Ernest Ballard… Cowboys and Indians ha ha
Sandy Max… All of those…plus snail and caterpillar racing!
Jacquie Hinves… Hopscotch!
Joe Knight… Haven’t seen Piggy in the middle 😁 tin can Tommy, cricket in the rd use to use outspan orange wooden box, telephone two cans with string stretch across road to your friends house 😂😂😂kytes hide and seek 😊but NO Mobile Phones
Graham Marriott… Thank god they weren’t invented back then
Alan Esdaile… Telephone with two cans was good.
Angela Frances Gardner… Ball games against a wall, we played this for hours making up different combinations of bounces! Great fun!
Yvonne Cleland… Rounders, skipping, okey cokey, marbles, hide and seek, catch, jacks, french skipping, kiss chase
Joe Knight… Didn’t cost much but great fun 😂perhaps parents should reinvent these games back into the children instead of all these things that keeps them indoors and leave us oldies to play with the phones
Gaynor Lewry… French skipping
Terry Hardwick… Knock down ginger
Sharon Kirby… Hopscotch
Trevor Piper… 1 roller skates with a comic annual on top to sit on like a downhill slalom
Steve Thorpe… False Alarm, It, etc etc
Maggie Geary… Roller skating down side road by back gate
Angela Frances Gardner… This was my favourite game, would keep me occupied for hours! Give me a blank wall and a ball
Phil Thornton… British bulldog …. (it got banned)
Paul Marshall… Building early prototype skateboards with a roller skate and a 📖 book. Building camps
Brian Davies… Tick
Judy Atkinson… All those rhymes that went with long rope skipping & circle games
Phyllis Mendenhall…Rounders, Marbles , hopscotch ,knock down ginger
Dave Nattress… Making go-carts as featured before, Germans and English, occasionally Japs and Americans (I guess). Always good games on the way back from Saturday morning ABC Minors, cricket with the wicket drawn on the bottom of a lampost or wall, also something we called “French Cricket” with a wider wicket, even used proper stumps on the fields, “it” – whatever “it” was, basically no one wanted to be “it”.
Martin Richter… tippy-cat
Alan Pepper… Go carts , Tip and Run , Split the Kipper , Jerries and English , and footie of course !
Jake Nelson… Yes, cowboys & indians, British Bulldog, ‘It’, cricket in our road, as there would only be about one car per hour driving along it. Football, conkers, marbles using the manhole covers, and climb a handy tree to use it as a Lancaster bomber. Honestly, I did so many missions, yet never got the recognition for it.