Children’s Classic Television programmes

Camberwick Green, Trumpton and Chigley are all classic children’s television programmes that were produced in the late 1960s using puppets; they were targeted at infants of pre-school age.

Each episode tells a story of the residents every day activities.

Camberwick Green:
The complete collection, all 13 episodes digitally restored.
Narrated by Brian Cant and 1st transmitted in 1966 by the BBC.

Includes bonus extras:
Trumptonshire Art Gallery
Trailer Gallery – includes Chiggley preview

Running time: 3 hours 16 minutes

“Here’s a box, a musical box, wound up and ready to play.
But this box can hide a secret inside!
Can you guess what is in it today?”

Windy Miller cordially invites you to join him and the rest of the Camberwick Green village folk in Gordon Murray’s timeless classic.  Lovingly restored for DVD using a blend of state-of-the-art technologies, this is a piece of British animation heritage not to be missed.

All 13 episode of Camberwick Green

You can pick up a copy of this DVD for just £2 from Asda while stocks last.

I will be looking for the complete works of “The Herbs & Parsley The Lion” on DVD at the lowest price possible, so watch this space.

Thrifty Thursday brought to you by Prem2Pram the online premature baby clothes store, visit us at http://www.prem2pram.co.uk

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Tim (aka Dotterel)
    Jul 09, 2010 @ 09:07:41

    Missed this post at the time! But then, I’ve had the boxed set of all three for years… pre-Charlie, even!

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