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Were you a teenager in the late 1940s?

If you were, this latest addition to the Memories of Lyme will surely bring back many memories of Milk Bars and the giddy freedom of being able to go on family holidays after the constraints of the war years.

If the 1940s are way before your time, you will probably find Brian Wood's memories of working as a teenager in the Pound Dairy Cafe (15 Broad Street Lyme Regis, now The Old Forge Fossil Shop) to be an interesting glimpse into life then.

If you enjoy Brian's reminiscenes, you may want to listen to this recording by Ken Gollop recounting his own experience of working at the same time in Lyme as a young teenager, available on here on YouTube.

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