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Title Teahill
Media Ink Outlines; Felt-Tip Pens; Coloured Pencils; Acrylic Paint on Paper
Approximate Size A4
Description Many of the dragons in English folklore are worms/wyrms (legless serpent dragons). It is said that the ridged hills found throughout England were created by a dragon coiling up around the hill, and wearing the ridges into it. These hills are called wormhills.

This is a modern wormhill. The dragon resident has moved with the times and no longer terrorises the countryside. Instead, he invites his friends around for a cup of tea and a chat.

The writing says 'Milk' on the jug. It was lost at this size.

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