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Self-taught and armed with plaster, strip wood, paints, mountboard, papier-mâché, natural foliage, clay, glue and lots of imagination, I have designed Merryworth Town using whatever is around me at the time including model kits, cardboard boxes and scrap plywood. And as my ideas have grown, so have the properties and with another church, a village shop and a manse in varying stages of the embryonic design process; I have been happily dreaming up so many new festivals, feast days and fundraising ideas that unless I can find a way to live for another 250 years - most are unlikely to be realised! Although I love what I do and cannot imagine myself doing anything other than this - to survive on fresh air with only a diet of hope and the occasional box of donated teabags is sadly impossible and the glue, paint, wood, tools, paintbrushes, fabric and all of the other lovely stuff I use to create Merryworth Town costs money. ALL of which has brought ME to Patreon...

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Time for Tee?

As my ideas for St M’s have grown, so have the properties AND with another church, a village shop and a manse in varying stages of the embryonic design process, I have been happily dreaming up so many new festivals, feast days, fundraising ideas and fun for this 12th scale parish that unless I can find a way to live for another 250 years - most are likely to be sadly unrealised! Fortunately, the vision for St M’s Parish Hall has been realised and this old and quaint parish hall has been created as a place for celebration and busy social interaction...