Tom Blofeld

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Thomas Henry Calthorpe Blofeld (born 30 May 1964 in Cambridge), best known as Tom Blofeld, is a writer and the owner and CEO of Bewilderwood,[1] an adventure park in Horning, Norfolk. The author of three books for children, A Boggle at Bewilderwood (available also in a poetic version), The Bewilderbats, and A Bewildermuddle, Blofeld also runs his family's country estate, Hoveton, located in the village of the same name, and lives in Hoveton House, the manor house of the estate. He is also a Vice President of Autism Anglia.

The son of Sir John Blofeld, a former High Court judge, and the nephew of Henry Blofeld, the cricket commentator, Tom Blofeld is married to Leslie Felperin, a film critic for Variety magazine, and the father of two children, born in 2007 and 2008.

References[edit]

  1. ^ James Delingpole "Variations on a theme park", Financial Times, 5 May 2011