Teenager Lewis Walduck becomes youngest clockmaker

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Pictured: Lewis Walduck is the youngest ever clock apprentice at 17 years old at the Clock Work Shop in Kings worthy near Winchester, Hants. <br />
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HE HAS TIME ON HIS HANDS.... Teenager Lewis Walduck is believed to be Britain's youngest clockmaker at the age of just 17 years old.  The youngster's first words were 'tick tock' and he's been obsessed with clocks ever since.<br />
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As well as making a 140 mile round trip three days a week to fulfil his dream of working as an apprentice in a clock shop, he even has 40 in his bedroom - and he says it shakes when they all chime at the same time.  The 17 year old lives with his parents in Bicester, Oxfordshire, and drives 70 miles to the village of Kings Worthy near Winchester, Hants, where he landed his apprenticeship at The Clock Work Shop.  SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.<br />
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