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This little girl might well have been horrified (1966)

1966-05-21 Southern Evening Echo.jpg

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But she was full of smiles. The reason--a couple of Daleks turned up and rolled around Mayflower Park for a while. The youngsters gathered round. One even tried to make off with a ray gun. Terrible indignity for the poor creature. They were in the city to lend their support, not to the pickets, but BBC Week.

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