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Bobsville is the original home of Bob the Builder. The first 9 seasons took place here. When Bob was a teenager (then aged 15), he learned how to be a builder from scratch, how to build a house, carpentry, office running, paperwork and all sorts when it came Bob's Big Plan, he remembered camping in Sunflower Valley, the dream valley and he planned an ecology town to start to finish with Bobland Bay. Bobsville still frequently appeared in episodes of the Project Build It series.

Ready, Steady, Build!

Fixham Harbour is very similar to Bobsville. Also, it shows part of an area identical to Sunflower Valley. Bob's home and yard in Fixham is similar to his old one in Bobsville, except new machines, such as Scratch, Gripper, Grabber, and Scrambler, are now part of the group. Instead of having open wooden carports, the machines now live in newer garages. Even the houses in Fixham are similar to those in Bobsville, except for a canal of ships. Fixham Harbor may possibly be a revamped version of Bobsville.

Trivia

  • In "Scoop's Recruit" (Season 10), it was revealed that Bobsville was named after Bob's dad, not Bob himself.
  • In "Muck Gets Stuck" (Season 1), the tunnel which Muck got stuck in due to being afraid of the dark is known as the Littletown Tunnel.
  • From Seasons 1 to 9, Bob and his team used to live at Bobsville from the 1990's to early 2005. From Season 10 in 2005, Robert returns to Bobsville to look after Bob's Yard after he left Bobsville to moved to Sunflower Valley. It is unknown whether Bob returned to Bobsville or not when Project: Build It along with his jobs in Sunflower Valley were completed as Ready, Steady, Build! appears to be non-canon to the stop-motion series.
  • It was a major place in Seasons 1 to 9. It was then a secondary place in the majority of Season 10, and from the end of Season 10 to Season 16, it became a minor place as Sunflower Valley took over the TV series until Ready, Steady Build! in 2010 when Bob and the Crew moved to Fixham Harbour.