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Tuesday 5th February 2002, 1800GMT
- Fifty years in Bristol
In 1977, if it
wasn't red, white and blue it wasn't worth having
The first of our Jubilee memories comes from Caroline, who was 13
She put together a whole scrapbook dedicated to the Queen's Silver
Carefully stuck in the pages are post cards, magazine and newspaper
a commemorative plastic bag, a notepad (never used!), milk bottle
tops and even an ice lolly wrapper, as well as jubilee badges and
Caroline's official collector's tag for the Silver Jubilee appeal.
The teenage fan
annotated all the pages with information about the royal family and
notepad was kept in a pristine condition
was really into the royal family and the jubilee," said Caroline.
"I even made pompom animals to sell at the village fete to raise
money for the jubilee appeal."
"It seems strange looking back now at the kinds of things I collected
and then kept!"
Your memories, photographs and video footage are being compiled into
the production Jubilation, which will be staged during Jubilee
weekend on the 1st and 2nd of June at the Colston Hall.
To be part of it:
l Email any digital or scanned
images to us here at the website (email firstname.lastname@example.org).
l Email your memories of important events in the city from
1952 to the present day (email email@example.com).
l Tell your memories to our Jubilation team at BBC Radio
Bristol (Phone (0117) 9467467).
l Tell the Jubilation team about video or film footage
you have that can be used for the musical (Phone (0117) 9467467 or