And as ever the memories came flooding back with a fair number of people sharing their stories which got me thinking that so much of our recent history gets lost because we just take it for granted.
But these bits of our collective story are as important as any of the great events and are often just lost.
So here is Sandra Axford Wilcox’s own vivid recollections of the magic that was Saturday morning pictures.
"I remember Saturday morning pictures at We'll Hall Odeon.
Everyone stamping their feet when the cowboys were chasing the Indians.
The unmistakable voice of Pathe News.
And the competitions, my big sister made me go up on the stage for a dance off - doing The Twist to Chubby Checker.
The manager would walk along the stage holding a much coveted biro over each dancers head and whoever got the most cheers would win the pen.... and no, I didn't win."
All of which just leaves me to hope that a shed full of more memories will tumble out.
Painting; The Well Hall Odeon © 2014 Peter Topping, Paintings from Pictures,
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