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Award hope for jigsaw mother.

Byline: By Andrew Heath

A KENILWORTH mum of two has been nominated for an inventor award after designing a new range of foam jigsaw puzzles.

Former engineer Helen Mossop, aged 39, of Crackley Crescent, designed the brightly coloured flexible puzzles after setting up her FunkyTech business on her own.

She will find out if she has been named British Female

Inventor and

Innovator of the year at a two-day conference at the Department of Trade and Industry being held today and tomor- row.
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Date:Feb 20, 2006
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