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In a recent exchange with a fellow contibutor the subject of favorite sweets of the past arose and it got me thinking about those wonderful corner-shops that were all over Birkenhead. I could be way off mark, but didn't the other chewing gum brand have an abstract name like XY gum, or XYZ? One was in a white packet and the other green I think? There was one with a name like that but think the other one was arrow something or other. Originally Posted by Stranger.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Such a machine, on a stand, was outside a sweet shop, towards the top of Exmouth Street I recall, maybe near where the Fire Station was built. You may be interested in this site, sweets from the past! Portable bogs blown over by mikeeb. I always liked the little comic that came inside the wrapper, even if the jokes were always garbage. I'm fairly sure that one was called "Eve's Shop" and was run by Eve Boumphrey? They sold sweets as well as certain groceries. Reading this thread has flickered a brain cell or two into life, and with regard to the corner shop's as far as i know there are exactly none left from my youth. This will date me. Happy days Most of them contained so many additives and E numbers that if you tried selling them today you'd go straight to jail. The shop I remember best is still there, but very different now from the mids. White House UK by casper. Mrs Burnham herself amazed me - didn't matter how much she aged, she always looked the same, with her black beehive! Satellite images by mikeeb. You keep your Uncle Joe's sticky mint balls to yourself bert! They were only available for a short while. Come to think of it i've not seen them on Sale for years but then i don't think i've realy looked!. Anyway, the machine at that time had gum , but also badges of such great popsters as the Beatles, Herman's Hermits, Dave Clark Five etc. So thought it may be fun to recall our favorite sweet shops of yesteryear and the preferred sweets you could just not resist. Anyone remember a chewy sweet in a? Didn't know they were supplied as added roughage! I can just remember having to take my ration book just to buy my favourite pear drops at Mickleboroughs in Wellington Road. Last edited by derekdwc; 6th Feb pm. You could even go in and buy loose cigarettes, if I remember rightly. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Most Online 14, Nov 23rd, Key: Admin , Global Mod , Mod. But that was quite a long time ago. Originally Posted by Christo. Sounds disgusting as I write it here, but I used to love them. Nor after a three hour game of footie could I resist either a bottle of cream-soda, or if it was really hot, a Jubilee I've said on here before, Uncle Joe's mint balls, but not this modern day prepacked rubbish, the ones that were stuck together in the jar and had to be eaten with most of the paper bag stuck to them. Mia Mabel Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh! Amazing rainbow coloured sherbert in jars! Don't know about the Beach Grove shop, it was probably before my time. I deffo think these Wikiwirral posts are turning into 'Carry On' comedy scripts. All the ones i can think of are now either private houses or have gone alltogether, thinking about it now i can see that most of the owners where heading for retirement and when they decided to call it a day the shop closed!. Choosing my best sweet is really toughwith so many contenders: McGowan's Highland Toffee , coconut mushrooms, american hard gums , the list could go on, possible finalists maybe either Aztec exotic choccie bar or Golden Nuggets came in a small canvas 'cash-bag, cowboy style. The building still stands but is now a private house, and is easily identified by the old cartwheel which hangs up on the wall. Ron Gittins Stories? Either that or the woman who ran it was called Eve. Don't think I'd have bothered eating them though if I'd ever realized they were healthy Originally Posted by Erainn. Now there's a memory. Jer-e-my Cor-byn. Top Deck! Woods, his name was Ken. It was some shop for sure. I know the chewy you mean and, yes, they were quite a gob full. F1 Chat Room by mikeeb. I remember there was occasional shaking of said machine to influence the outcome. Originally Posted by Hoofhearted. Outdoor swimming pools by mikeeb. It was wrigley's arrowmint, there was also Bazookas, penny sambos, and penny bubble gum out of the photo machine, possibly xyz gum. Anyone remember the penny bubblies?! Incident in the Rods by mikeeb. Couldn't say for sure though. The shop across the road from Brews Brewsters?? God help us, Come yourself, Don't send Jesus, This is no place for children. Think the shop by the Mags was called "Eve's". You post brought back the memory. One of my favorite buys used to a tin of Top Deck shandy and a packet of Savoury Vinegar crisps, the bigger shops never seemed to sell either. Also Refreshers and Love hearts. Anyone else come across, all those years back, liquorice root? Kinda prefered Bazooka Joes though. Remember having terrible diarrhoea after one of those! Bah, humbug!! I think the shop in Beach was run by my friends Mum, Mrs. Could be wrong, but I seem to think she was related to Ian Boumphrey the local historian. It was the penny tray that I liked - white mice, flying saucers, etc. Originally Posted by BettyTurnip1. Maybe somebody else will remember her. Always very useful for keeping pet insects in Bert's Uncle Joe used to keep his mint balls in tins also , but they were generally out of my price range. Some of this delectable stuff was made in Birkenhead! Other memories - fizz bombs; a chocolate coated bar with a texture like Crunchie bars but different flavours can't remember what they were called ; coconut shreds like tobacco; and my favourite - cinnamon flavoured tictacs! Anyone remember 'Ringos'??? Was it called Brews? We used to go in that corner shop by Cole st after playing football in the park. Pineapple chunks, coca cola cubes, drumsticks, bon bons, treacle toffee, highland toffeE bars 5p small, 10p large. Something like that. I liked the fact that after the sweet shops had all closed, you could still nip down the chippy and get a can of Top Deck or Tizer as well as a packet of crisps. Originally Posted by geekus. Like most kids I loved all the regular sweet varieties but also found myself buying things like cough drops etc. Anyone remember 'Zubes', or those tiny, tiny little tins called 'Tics'? Another favourite of mine was Rhubarb and custard, also i had loads of aniseed balls, as recommended by my Doctor as a cure for travel sickness. Think the sweet tobacco you describe was called something like 'Spanish Gold'. There was another shop opposite and further along corner of Clifford Road? I'm sure I got more than I was entitled to!! The new 4 bridges. I can remember frozen jubblys jubilees? To Denmark by diggingdeeper. Masks and gloves by cools. Print Topic Rate Topic. Sherbit pips, Aztec bars, dipped flakes, an gettin beechnut chewies from the big machines on the wall outside the shop!