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  • Victorian Pier

    Victorian Pier

    Victorian pier with coloured panels in central divide, amusements, ballroom, café and fishing area. A fun and iconic location for filming and photography.

  • Grade II* Listed Traditional English Pier

    Grade II* Listed Traditional English Pier

    Traditional English pier that stretches for approximately 300 metres out into the sea. Features include a fish and chip shop, Victorian tearooms, café/bar, nightclub, picnic tables and fishing spots. A fine example of a Victorian pier, this iconic landmark, with its panoramic views, is a superb seafront location for filming and photography.

  • Unspoiled Coastal Village

    Unspoiled Coastal Village

    This is a beautiful and unspoiled coastal village bordering the Manhood Peninsula on the south coast of England and has a wealth of history dating back to the Romans. The beautiful and sheltered Local Nature Reserve is an internationally important wetland site attracting wildlife including a whole host of birds and butterflies, and the sea…

  • Popular Coastal City

    Popular Coastal City

    Whatever you are looking to film, this city has it all – a large beach, pier, pier ruins, the eccentric Brighton Pavilion Palace, The Lanes, Pride, South Downs on its doorstep, arcades, antiques, Devil’s Dyke, culture, club scene, galleries andamp; street art, the marina, Volk’s Electric Railway, the famous Grand Hotel and the British Airways…

  • Seafront Art-Deco Style Lido

    Seafront Art-Deco Style Lido

    Art-Deco style former lido entertainment development on a seafront promenade, with a Grade II listed D-shaped pavilion bandstand, amusement arcade, children’s fairground rides and cafandeacute;. An iconic location for filming and photography. Note: the bandstand is currently closed to the public due to structural issues so please enquire as to accessibility.

  • Large Grade II Listed Pier

    Large Grade II Listed Pier

    Located in the heart of a popular coastal city, this large Grade II listed Victorian pleasure pier is 1,722 feet long and is the biggest attraction in the South East. It was opened in 1899 and is home to fairground rides, bars, restaurants and deckchairs to enjoy the beautiful sea views. A stunning location for…

  • Lively Seaside Town

    Lively Seaside Town

    This charming and traditional seaside town is a delight for filmmakers looking for a little bit of everything for their productions. With its history, you can see castle ruins, architectural gems from all the ages, winding streets and twittens and picturesque Tudor cottages. The town boasts a colourful and fun scene with its arcades and…

  • Gothic Style Cathedral

    Gothic Style Cathedral

    This magnificent 940 year old Cathedral is a living church with a spire that dominates the horizon for miles around. Medieval stone carvings sit alongside world famous contemporary works of art. There are a number of additional spaces and buildings within the Cathedral quarter. The Cathedral church is surrounded by a green, and on the…

  • Pebble Beach

    Pebble Beach

    Lovely pebble beach located on one of the sunniest coastlines in the UK. There is plenty going on here including a retro amusement arcade, beach cafandeacute;, beach shop, yacht club, public toilets and nearby parking. This is a nice, laid back beach – a great location for filming and photography.