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Ian Johnson… Ya wouldn’t risk it now
Lyn Frankley Appleyard… Crikey ~ yes different era!
Alan Esdaile… and everyone felt safe
Monica Bane… How so very very true. Alanx
Jim Breeds… Alan, Well, the babies did, ‘cos they didn’t know any different!
Leigh Mitchell… My Mum left my brother outside a shop, when she came out my Dad (who at the time was a bus conductor) was passing on his bus, merrily waving at each other, she walked home and her landlady said ‘where’s baby’. Mum got so distracted seeing Dad she’d left him outside the shop! P.S. Must just mention this was 70 years ago
Kathy Wood… The first time my mum took me out she ‘parked ‘ me outside Tescos, did her shopping, went home and was wondering what was missing….obviously it was me in my pram, still outside the shop
Patricia Burgess… Weren’t the pram great, looking at what they use today . Could not put baby out to sleep in the back garden
Mick O’Dowd… Couldn’t take one of those in the shops not like they do with buggies etc today!
Jim Breeds… My Dad took me in a pram to Ore Post Office. Then he walked home to our flat in Rock Lane and realised he had left me outside the shop! As if that wasn’t bad enough, I was 23 at the time! (The first sentence is true, the second may not be).
Lyn Humphrey… I drove one of those–when I was only weeks old!
Steve Hamilton… I’ll never forget a runaway pram going down Old London Road in ’78 – I guess a distracted parent collecting another child at Sacred Heart – straight into the road and came to a standstill at a parked car on the other side.
Paul Coleman… Seems quite common reading this. My mum did exactly the same all those years ago. I think it was either Sainsbury or Woolworths where I was left to snooze.
David Hazleton… wow all those go karts !!