LOUTH man Les Pearson, not one to sit and watch time tick by, has completed a 1,000 piece puzzle of a grandfather clock.
Retiree Les, 82, picked up the challenge from his grandson who he says was ‘out of his depth’ with the piece.
So over four weeks Les meticulously put the puzzle together, to create the grand clock which now sits proudly on the wall of his home.
And volunteer car driver Les won’t have to worry about missing an appointment again, as the clock is fully operational.
Les said: “I was elated when I finished it, I was always confident but there were some testing times.
“I’m not normally big on puzzles but I took on the challenge, and it feels great to have it completed.”
Watch a video of Les putting in the final piece by clicking here.