10:34AM, Wednesday 06 June 2012
Puzzle lover Richard Candy created the ultimate letter game to entertain neighbous attending a diamond jubilee street party.
His puzzle contained rows of letters with the names of 250 animals and birds hidden. There was a prize for the person who found the most.
"I have always loved puzzles," said Richard who set up his stall on Braywick Sports Field where residents of Greenfields and Alpine Close celebrated the jubilee with a street party on Saturday.
The North Town Sure Start children's centre had a stall on which children were able to make and paint their own pots, while a cream tea party for over 60s was a great success nearby.
The band Fingers in the Jam played.
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