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Tinned pork luncheon meat kept for sentimental value

A tin of pork luncheon meat bought 46 years ago has become a family heirloom.

When he was 22 Nick Hallet from Southampton bought a catering-sized tin of Dutch luncheon meat for four shillings and gave one to his father.

In 2004, after his father died, his mother kept the uneaten tin in a kitchen cupboard as a memento.

It has remained unopened despite house moves and Mr Hallet insists it will stay in the family.