Music Centres @TMC1959: That sounds more like a radiogram you've described than a music centre. Our music centre sounded a million times better than our radiogram. A music centre looks kind of like a Technics 1200 turntable only wide enough for a flip top tape deck at the side.
Amstrad CPC I never owned a computer as I preferred the consoles but I always loved playing my mate's 464. Given the choice I would have taken the 464 over the Speckie and the C64. An awesome package for £150: computer, green or blue monitor and a wad of great games and some software that was never used. The colour pack was a little more expensive. I think the should have added an RF out socket so you could hook it up to a TV.
Cadbury's Roses Tins I thought I was imagining it but the tins really were bigger back in the day. I'd kill for that 2.2kg tin in the pic lol. I'm sure you could fit a modern day tin inside a tin from the 1980s.
Sega Master System Looks like a Nintendo fanboy wrote up the SMS here. The Master System out sold the NES in the UK and Europe and the control pad did have 8 directions. You couldn't play R Type with only 4 directions. R Type one of the many games the NES couldn't handle. I'm not a SEGA fanboy. Owned (and still own) both NES and SMS. Fantasy Zone, Wonderboy 3 and California Games kicked ass. ^_^
Burton's Potato Puffs Loved these in cheese and tomato flavour. I'm sure I've had them within the last 10 years.