"The first time I went to a local hairdresser was in 1964. I was 15."
"I was only six or seven at the time, but I do (rather vaguely), remember what Bristol was like in the early 1940s, before the Germans arrived."
The 1960s were a golden era for board games.
"I have seen and loved so much of this wonderful country."
Even today, Jacqui can dither between the decent and the distressing.
"To this day I do not know how I crossed the burning landing, and closed the bedroom doors. Or, why!"
"That was the beginning of a love affair that has lasted for many years, as strong now as on my first flight, one week later; a flight which in many ways, changed my life."
Remember the days when we would cover our coat hangers in crochet or tube beads?
'In the following year, after he'd won a contest for 'Australia's own Elvis Presley' (performing as Laurie Lee) and came to the attention of Johnny O’Keefe who became his manager...'
"What I had not realised was the guns from the nearby army base and the shelling by enemy aircraft suffered almost daily in the air raids had weakened the cliff face."