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TiM is an author and filmmaker from the suburbs of the wacky world of Liverpool where the people love to sing and dance and play football and kirby ball, and sometimes stare at the sea. MY 3 fav memories from being a kid 1. POCKETS FULL OF SWEETS With £1 you could get 100 sweets, I had pockets full of sweets from cola fizz bottles to drifters, but the best of all were jammy donuts or a Turkish Delight my nan brought when she came to visit. 2. GAMES TO THE EXTREME I played games to the extreme. From kirby, British bulldogs, spotlight 123, and making dens all over the place, and building games with my brothers, like wool spider-webs to soldiers digging trenches. But my favourite thing to do was dares and stunts and anything dangerous. 3. MUM’S BEDTIME STORIES Mum loved reading CS Lewis and Enid Blyton books to my brothers and I, (The Magic Faraway Tree was my favourite). It opened my mind and fed a world of imagination. Mums and dads reading to you is so magical. + My Quirky CHILdhOOD MEMorY IN a HOLE. When I was very little, about four going on five, with blonde hair and blue eyes, I loved sitting in a hole I dug at the end of the street. I still remember playing with the dirt with my fingers that hot summer. I thought it might go all the way to Australia.
TiM is an author and filmmaker from the suburbs of the wacky world of Liverpool where the people love to sing and dance and play football and kirby ball, and sometimes stare at the sea. MY 3 fav memories from being a kid 1. POCKETS FULL OF SWEETS With £1 you could get 100 sweets, I had pockets full of sweets from cola fizz bottles to drifters, but the best of all were jammy donuts or a Turkish Delight my nan brought when she came to visit. 2. GAMES TO THE EXTREME I played games to the extreme. From kirby, British bulldogs, spotlight 123, and making dens all over the place, and building games with my brothers, like wool spider-webs to soldiers digging trenches. But my favourite thing to do was dares and stunts and anything dangerous. 3. MUM’S BEDTIME STORIES Mum loved reading CS Lewis and Enid Blyton books to my brothers and I, (The Magic Faraway Tree was my favourite). It opened my mind and fed a world of imagination. Mums and dads reading to you is so magical. + My Quirky CHILdhOOD MEMorY IN a HOLE. When I was very little, about four going on five, with blonde hair and blue eyes, I loved sitting in a hole I dug at the end of the street. I still remember playing with the dirt with my fingers that hot summer. I thought it might go all the way to Australia.