Woodcarver Glyn Mould is to feature on a television programme on Monday.
Glyn, of King’s Cliffe, will be shown on The Golden Age Of Steam on BBC Four at 9pm.
Glyn, 47, is shown making a decorative hand-carved village sign for Cadeby in Leicestershire.
The sign was commissioned by Audrey Boston in memory of her late husband Teddy . It depicts the Rev Boston’s steam engine “Pixie” and the church in Cadeby .
The sign was made in 2000 and was taken down for renovation by Glyn earlier in the year.
Glyn, pictured above during filming, runs regular woodworking courses at Sacrewell Farm and has made village signs at Market Overton, Uffington and Empingham. He has also done carving work at the Palace of Westminster and recently for the new Bishop’s chair at Peterborough Cathedral.