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The seemingly idyllic village in the "Endeavour" series 6 episode 3 "Confection", is called "Chigton Green". This name runs together the titles of three animated TV programs for children which were popular on British television in the 1960s - Chigley (1969-) , Trumpton (1967-) and Camberwick Green (1966-) , each of which was set in, and named after, an idyllic English village. Collectively, these 3 series, which all share the same story universe, have since been issued in a 39 episode DVD boxset named as, and are now officially retrospectively formerly known as "The Trumptonshire Trilogy".
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Another new series was set to be made and released after Chigley. It was never done despite new models and sets being made for it.
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In 2018-2019, the "Endeavour" series six episode three episode "Confection", set in 1969, featured a chocolate manufacturer called "Cresswell's Confectionery". As the entire run of "Endeavour" features various in-jokes and references to events, tv shows and movies contemporary to and/or set in the same time period as their various episodes, its highly likely that "Endeavour"'s "Cresswell's Confectionery" is clearly a reference to Cresswell's Biscuits from Chigley. Additionally, its plausible for fan theory to put them in the same story universe.
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Following a series of various corporate takeovers, mergers, and de-mergers, by May 2019, the intellectual property rights to the Trumptonshire Trilogy appear to now be owned by NBCUniversal.
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