Do you remember the Coneys of Woollards Lane? Hazel and I lived there for over 30 years with our three children, Yve, Leo and Max. Even if you don't remember us, you may recall my 1931 Morris Minor which I used regularly to take me to Hills Road Sixth Form College, teaching in the Art Department.
We left Great Shelford to live in Ely, where I opened a gallery in our house to display the family paintings I have been making for over 50 years. I would normally open in April for a new season to do guided tours. Obviously, I can't do that at the moment but have come up with another cunning plan. I have devised a Virtual Tour which lasts nine minutes, costs 99p and can be accessed from my website www.tedconeysfamilyportraits.co.uk with all proceeds this year going to NHS Charities Together appeal. I hope you can help me support it. And the Morris Minor? This appears in the film when I 'fly' back in time in it to 1930s Hollywood, searching for one of my ancestors, as the starting point for one of the paintings.