Memory lane: Remembering the happy days we relished with Noddy and friends

  • Make Way for Noddy was one of the most popular television programs in the early 2000s
  • This British-American musical CGI animated series with 100 episodes is about a young wooden boy who lives in a happy place called Toyland
  • Despite being typical kid with child’s imagination and fears, Noddy serves as the main taxi driver in Toyland

Do you still remember the wooden kid who drives around that happy place called Toyland? Do you still sing the theme song of the popular CGI animated series for children “Make Way for Noddy”?

Image capture from YouTube | Make Way for Noddy’s Theme Song

It’s time to make way for memories as we look back on the happy days that we all relished with Noddy and friends!

One of the most popular television programs in the early 2000s, Make Way for Noddy is a British-American musical CGI animated series for children. It revolves around the day-to-day adventures and experiences of a young wooden boy who lives in a happy place called Toyland.

Despite being typical kid with child’s imagination and fears, Noddy serves as the main taxi driver in Toyland. He often finds himself in difficult situations due to his kid-like impulsiveness and energy, but his friends–including Tessie Bear, Big Ears, Dinah Doll, among others–always help him set things right and save the Toy Town from the main antagonists named Gobbo and Sly.

While the children’s program only aired 100 episodes, it managed to leave a mark in the hearts of its young viewers who continue to treasure the show and the characters even up to this day; remembering them on social media every once in a while.

“Oooff, miss this one too much!” Facebook user Alfred D’costa commented.

“Ito ang pinakagusto ko noong bata ako, si Noddy!” Lady Lyn Nicanor recalled.

Realizing that it was almost two decades since Make Way for Noddy was last aired on TV, some said they just realized how old they are now.

Image capture from YouTube | Make Way for Noddy’s Theme Song

Who cares, anyway? Relishing life with Noddy and friends is one of the best childhood experiences a kid could ever have!