The dawn chorus always used to be accompanied by the distinctive chink of bottles being collected from doorsteps.
Now most of us buy our milk from supermarkets, so deliveries are fast becoming a thing of the past.
The number of glass bottles of milk delivered annually has fallen from 40 million in the early 90s to just two million today.
Going to church
Only 15% of us go to church more than once a month. In 1968 around 1.8 million people attended, but by 2007 that figure had almost halved.