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  • Seaside Town By South Downs

    Seaside Town By South Downs

    Located at the foot of the South Downs and one of the largest towns in West Sussex, this is a seaside town with echoes of its old fishing town past and a rich history. With the famous Art Deco lido and pier, Ferris wheel and large beach as well as a varied history, a range…

  • Eclectic Seaside Town

    Eclectic Seaside Town

    This eclectic seaside town has a lot to offer filmmakers, from a wide range of architectural styles, an amazing beach and seafront, a Victorian pier and entertainment, to spectacular views and plenty of history. The town and all it has to offer means it is a sought after film and TV location.

  • Cathedral City and Historic Market Town

    Cathedral City and Historic Market Town

    Chichester is a thriving historic cathedral city in West Sussex, located just south of the South Downs. With its 11th century cathedral, harbour, shops, canal and listed buildings, it has a lot to offer as a filming location.

  • 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…

  • Large Pebble Beach With Pier and Promenade

    Large Pebble Beach With Pier and Promenade

    This famous, bustling and cosmopolitan seafront with a long pebble beach attracts tourists from far and wide and has so much going on, making it a fantastic filming location! Its Blue Flag waters are popular with swimmers and watersports enthusiasts. It has a 4 mile long promenade which has a number of caf├ęs, restaurants, bars,…

  • Grade I Listed Gardens With Lakes

    Grade I Listed Gardens With Lakes

    In 2019, this beautiful lakes and gardens location opened its doors after a closure of 10 years. This magnificent Grade I listed garden was nearly lost forever and has been the subject of the largest garden restoration in England and possibly Europe. These spectacular and ancient gardens are now open for the public to enjoy…