Published: 14:13, 03 October 2017
| Updated: 01:43, 01 March 2018
For many people dolls are seen as the children's toy of choice.
But there is a group of women in Kent who are discovering a new-found love for dolls and old-fashioned and vintage prams.
The craze is called Prammania and we have spoken to a couple of women who are leading the cause in the county.
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Pauline Bennett, who is from Swanley, has been collecting almost life-like dolls since 1970 and the last count she did three years ago revealed she owned more than 250.
She said: "I think they're a progression from dolls anyway. It might be that we never grew up, I don't know.
"It might be enjoying our young life with our babies so much."
WATCH: One woman has more than 250 dolls
Prammania is a group which was set up to let people show off their vintage prams.
Christine Horne, who is a Prammania organiser from Longfield, said: "The doll enthusiasts like to use the vintage prams to show off their dolls."
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