Now a retired doctor in the south of England. Since the 1960s has been an enthusiast of playing and inventing board games.
Between 1966 and 1967 he was in communication with Peter Colville, the managing director of Minimodels, a subsidiary of Triang Games, regarding the publication of his invented game "Monaco Grand Prix". Minimodels were keen to publish a motor racing game to complement there current slot-car racing "Scalextric"and agreed to publish "Monaco Grand Prix" in 1968.
The source of this description is Dr Jeremy Davies himself. Minimodels used my board design and rules, embellishing it with their own art work. I still have letters from Peter Colville and a copy of the original contract.