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  • Medieval Village

    Medieval Village

    A beautiful little rural village with lots to do and popular with tourists. This medieval village is located near the eastern end of the South Downs Way in the valley of the River Cuckmere, is steeped in history, is full of character and enjoys stunning views across the countryside – a great location for filmmakers!

  • Downland Farm With Pylons

    Downland Farm With Pylons

    Set on over 1,200 acres, this is a mainly arable farm, with some pasture and livestock, set in the beautiful South Downs National Park. The farmyard contains a rustic farm shop, a collection of vintage tractors and corrugated steel barn and grain store. A perfect location for agricultural, countryside filming and photography.

  • Commuter Town

    Commuter Town

    Located on the edge of the South Downs, this commuter town has a mixture of buildings from late Tudor, Elizabethan and Victorian architecture, to industrial estates, business parks and 1950s housing developments – plenty of options for production locations.

  • Late 18th Century Country Manor House and Grounds

    Late 18th Century Country Manor House and Grounds

    Built in the late 18th century in the Greek Revival style, this large Grade I listed building is an architectural gem and family home set in beautiful parkland and enjoys wonderful views. This impressive house, with its air of grandness, history, woodlands and gardens is a great location for filming and photography.

  • 18th Century Old Barn

    18th Century Old Barn

    Set in the heart of the beautiful South Downs National Park is this unique events venue surrounded by fields and paddocks. Features include a high oak-beamed roof, bar, flagstone flooring, outside area and plenty of character. This intimate and atmospheric venue and the picturesque countryside backdrop makes this a lovely location for filming and photoshoots.

  • Stunning 691 Acre Coastal Country Park

    Stunning 691 Acre Coastal Country Park

    Owned by the South Downs National Park Authority, this Country Park without doubt has to be one of the most beautiful locations in the country, and is often chosen as a backdrop for filming and photoshoots. Whether it be cliffs, beaches, different landscapes, the meandering Cuckmere River or farmland required as a setting, this location…

  • Historic Tomb

    Historic Tomb

    Located on a hill in a beautiful National Park popular with walkers, this 18th century tomb is a Site of Nature and Conservation Interest. It is raised from the ground and is surrounded by an imposing spiked iron fence. A spooky setting for filming and photography.

  • Popular South Downs Hill

    Popular South Downs Hill

    Located towards the edge of the South Downs National Park is this hill with an 82 metre high summit. Steeped in history, the area is made up of trails, rare chalk grassland, grazing sheep, wide open spaces and an 18th Century tomb. With spectacular views across the countryside and out to sea, this is a…

  • Unique Chalk Garden

    Unique Chalk Garden

    Located in a National Park is this beautiful 8.5 acre downland garden. Features include a rose garden, ponds, greenhouses, visitor centre, picnic area, and various mature gardens. With stunning views, this is a tranquil and picturesque location for filming and photography.

  • Chalk Figure Monument

    Chalk Figure Monument

    Dating back to at least 1710, this iconic hillside monument is Europe’s largest portrayal of the human form, is visible from many miles away, and attracts thousands of visitors a year. A fascinating location for filming and photography.