Gibsons reveals Call the Midwife and Downton Abbey puzzles

Both puzzle sets are available for immediate delivery
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Gibsons has revealed a range of new Downton Abbey and Call the Midwife puzzles.

For fans of ITV's Downton Abbey, a new 1000 piece jigsaw and 4x500 piece puzzles recreate scenes and characters from the show, including births and marriages, as well as featuring quotes from the programme.

"We are proud to release another set of Downton Abbey puzzles for a third year in a row, and this year’s jigsaws stand out from previous ones in the way they incorporate classic quotes and fond memories from past series," said Gibsons managing director Nick Wright.

"The 4x500pc is a welcome addition, as it allows those who enjoy more of a variety the chance to create four different images."

BBC drama Call the Midwife has also been given the puzzle treatment, courtesy of two new sets.

"We are delighted to be partnering with Neal Street Productions on the Call the Midwife puzzles as the hugely successful series mirrors Gibsons ideals and principals," continued Wright.

"We are known for producing British, nostalgic, high quality products and this license fits perfectly with our core values"

A 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle shows the character of Jennifer, cycling in her midwife’s uniform through streets of London, while the 500 piece puzzle includes images of midwives Jenny, Trixie, Cynthia and Chummy.

"We are delighted to be partnering with Gibsons on Call the Midwife puzzles," said Pippa Harris, executive producer of Call the Midwife.

"The timeless appeal of jigsaw puzzles is the perfect accompaniment to the series which is going from strength to strength."

Both the Downton Abbey and Call the Midwife puzzles are available for immediate delivery.


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