Made by Michael Stanfield Products,under it's "Pleasure Products" banner in 1970.
Michael Stanfield were a well known maker of kids' board games around that time.
And they also did some great press-out model books too -some of which also featured Camberwick & Trumpton.
At which point I need to offer my sincere thanks to Nick Claxton for taking the time to send in these pics.
Especially since it's the only example of this item that I've ever seen.
Which is really surprising because I'd always assumed that Ludo sets were still reliable sellers in the 60's and 70's.
Even without the added oomph of a Camberwick branding.
So,quite what the story is with this one I'm not sure.
Always nice to see a still photograph used for the box,rather than an illustration.
Particularly when it was one of those that was specifically staged and shot just for merchandising purposes.
The box measures approximately 11" x 8"
And the back says it's supposed to contain ... a board ... a "shaker" for the dice ... a single dice ... and 16 counters.
The shaker is missing from this example unfortunately.
But the counters are obviously original as they're colour-coded to match the board.
And,that being the case,we'll assume the dice is original too,until proven otherwise.
And a great looking board it is too.
Although it's no surprise that the artist isn't credited,because they very rarely were when it came to board games. And that appears to have been irrespective of whether they were an in-house employee or a freeelancer.
Which has always struck me as slightly unjust,no matter what the reason might be.
But this one's definitely been done by one of the small group of people who worked on the bulk of the Trumptonshire books of the 60's and early 70's.
And,when I make some time to do a bit of cross-referencing,it shouldn't be too hard to find out who.