"It's a lovely day in Chigley". Lord Belborough and Bracket are taking Bessie out for a run to Treadle's Wharf and the workers are making fine biscuits at the biscuit factory. But when the whistle blows at the end of a hard day's work, everyone makes their way to the park to enjoy the 6 o'clock Tea Dance. Join them in Gordon Murray's timeless classic, lovingly restored for video using a blend of state-of-the-art technologies. This is a piece of British animation heritage not to be missed.
Episodes Comprise: 1. Lord Belborough's Secret
2. Bessie to the Rescue
3. The Balloon
4. The Fountain
5. The Garden Wall
6. Binnie and Bessie
7. Lord Belborough's Lucky Day
8. The Broken Bridge
9. Clay for Mr Farthing
10. Trouble with the Crane
11. Apples Galore
12. Willie Munn
13. A Present for Lord Belborough
The Complete Chigley
- Chigley: The Complete Series review by PLUTO
Yes, readers it really is the Full Chigley, featuring the beloved Brian Cant.
From the very early '60's with animation and storylines to match. But those times were simpler, and in very many ways purer, so enjoy a taste of a past far gone, but never forgotten by those who lived it either grown , or just growing up. If you let its innocence touch your heart, and perhaps you'll feel some of the joy and pleasure of the simple rather than the extravagantly technical which gives us so much viewing delight in these days. still has great children's appeal. And made by one who loved children or the joy they are.