Making puppets come alive at Christmas

A husband and wife team from Lewes have made a business out of re-working fairytales and legends for children.

Sally and Andy Miller make puppets from scratch, and use them to educate and entertain in schools, museums and festivals.

It is a far cry from the traditional Punch and Judy shows - they call it muppetry.

This Christmas their company, Wishworks, performed Goldifox And Good King Wenceslas and the Three Bears at the Linklater Pavilion in Lewes.

BBC News went to meet them.

Video produced by Alex Stanger and Pia Harold

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