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Tirbhavan "Tibby" Singh Chodha competes for the title of Young Carpenter of the Year on the show, Young Talent of the Year on BBC3 at 8pm on 19th Feb 2012.

Support Tibby by watching the show to see his progression and whether he becomes the Young Carpenter of the Year.

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