Teddy Girls, Battersea Funfair, London 1956, taken by street photographer Roger Mayne.

Teddy Girls, Battersea Fun Fair 1956 © Roger Mayne “ The British Teddy Boy (also known as Ted) subculture is typified by young men wearing clothes that were partly inspired by the styles worn by.

We can be smooching on the Ferris Wheel for our perfect day out,  I know when we reach the top  I'm going to want to SHOUT!  Snowy Night in London,  the end of a perfect day, But walking with my husband means my skies are NEVER grey!  #melimeloperfectday

We can be smooching on the Ferris Wheel for our perfect day out, I know when we reach the top I'm going to want to SHOUT! Snowy Night in London, the end of a perfect day, But walking with my husband means my skies are NEVER grey!

Four years ago I spent a lovely New Year’s Eve exploring Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland. As well as numerous scream-inducing fun fair rides it included (and still does) a magical Christmas market, the first one I’d ever visited. Since then I’ve been to many more but Angel’s Market has remained one of my favourites so yesterday, with the echoes of Auld Lang Syne still ringing in our ears, we hopped on the underground to Marble Arch tube station to see if it was as fun as we remembered.

Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland, London

Four years ago I spent a lovely New Year’s Eve exploring Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland. As well as numerous scream-inducing fun fair rides it included (and still does) a magical Christmas market, the first one I’d ever visited.

Battersea park funfair London England. I used to go there all the time growing up but it's gone now.

Battersea Park and funfair was a regular weekend outing with my family when we were growing up.

Roll up, roll up, Ladies and Gentlemen.... #BeautifullyYou

A 50's Halterneck Wedding Dress for a Very British London Wedding

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