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Camberwick Green
"Here is 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?"

Camberwick Green is a 1966 Stop Motion children's series made for The BBC, based in a small English village. It was followed by Trumpton (set in a nearby town) and Chigley (another village). Some of the characters recur, especially in Chigley. The narrator is Brian Cant, also known as the presenter of the children's show Play Away.

There's a baker, who bakes delicious cakes for 5 coins, called Mickey Murphy, not to be confused with Mickey Mouse.

Mr Murphy is a master baker,
Pudding pies and pastry maker,Biscuits buns or birthday cake,Everything is marvellous that Murphy makes.

A man, who works in a windmill, is called Windy, who lives on a farm, and makes his own beer.

Windy Miller, Windy Miller sharper than a thorn,
Like a mouse he's spry and nimble when he grinds the corn.Like a bird he'll watch the wind and listen for the sound,Which says he has the wind he needs to make the sails go round.

Windy's rival, Farmer Jonathan Bell, also works on a farm, and has invented his own milk machine. He often annoys Windy. Apparently, they like each other.

A go ahead farmer is Jonathan Bell
Who works his farm and he works it wellHe doesn't hold much with the good old days.In modern times use modern ways.Electric mechanical all that is newWhich does the work that men used to do.He swears by it all and he proves it tooOn his modern mechanical farm.

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