That is excellent, Chilli, especially if it your first attempt!
If you find your current job a bit boring or unfulfilling, maybe by getting a little more practice in (shouldn't take too much looking at that) you could start doing the wood-burning on a more commercial basis. Local scenes and local iconic buildings (a snap from a mobile phone or similar should provide an accurate template) can make good sales amongst local businesses (cafes, etc) and maybe your tourist shops might be willing to stock a few for a small commission.
I hate my job! or rather insurance as a whole industry
But I don't think I can ever make enough money at making wooden stuff to pay the bills
. I do like the idea though of doing some local scenes though. The Watercress Line (steam railway) is only a mile down the road - maybe some inspiration there??
However, my sister, and her partner do run a woody website (http://www.iwoodlovethat.co.uk
) and I do supply some stuff to them. It's only been up and running a few months, but it's gradually getting there. They also do craft markets round the Manchester area. She visits every month or 2 and I pass stuff I've made to her to pop on the website or sell on her stall.