Iconic British children's animated series set in the fictional, picturesque village of the title. Each episode opens with a character emerging from a music box and they will be the central character of the forthcoming story.
Runtime: 10 minutes
Camberwick Green - Camberwick Green - Netflix
Camberwick Green is a British children's television series that ran from January to March 1966 on BBC1, featuring stop motion puppets. Camberwick Green is the first in the Trumptonshire trilogy, which also includes Trumpton and Chigley.
Camberwick Green - Pippin Fort - Netflix
The staff and soldier boys of Pippin Fort are a regular feature of Camberwick Green, demonstrating their foot drill, working in the community, responding to emergencies, and (at a stage before Trumpton in the time-line) providing the local fire-fighting capability with their bright red mobile fire pump. Captain Snort - the commanding officer; appears in every episode. Sergeant Major Grout - the second-in-command at the fort; appears in 12 out of 13 episodes. Private Armitage - the strongest swimmer, later revealed (in Chigley) to be a frogman; appears in 12 out of 13 episodes. Private Featherby - appears in 12 out of 13 episodes. Private Higgins - the smartest soldier boy, who has a military career ahead; appears in 12 out of 13 episodes. Private Hopwood - appears in 12 out of 13 episodes. Private Lumley - has poor drill and can't tell his left from his right; not a natural soldier, he discovers an aptitude for baking, and is apprenticed to Mickey Murphy; appears in 12 out of 13 episodes. Private Meek - sometimes in trouble for daydreaming, he proves adept at babysitting Baby Honeyman - appears in 12 out of 13 episodes. The Sentry - a regular character, also the fort's Bugler, who has dialogue and plotlines, but is never named; appears in 11 out of 13 episodes.
Camberwick Green - References - Netflix