When I find myself in times of trouble Mother Mary doesn't come to me; instead, more often than not, I retreat into my childhood. And I always go back to a particular place. Tucked away in a leafy part of Middle England, far away from eight lane motorways, IKEA and the threat of HS2 is a forgotten county. It's called Trumptonshire. Comprising little more than the county town of Trumpton and two neighbouring villages, Chigley and Camberwick Green, it was recently voted the most desirable location to live in Britain. But you won't be able to track what property prices are doing on Right Move, nor check out the standard of its hotels and restaurants on Trip Advisor. I couldn't even tell you how to get there. But I can tell you that in Camberwick Green the sun is always shining. And half day closing is on Tuesday.