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  • 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.

  • Shingle Beach and Seafront

    Shingle Beach and Seafront

    This gently sloping shingle and sand beach has a lot to offer for filmmakers – from the pier with its pavilion and colourful and imaginative stained glass window displays, 5 mile promenade, Ferris wheel, and Art Deco lido building, to the beach huts, low tide sand and rock pools, and fishing boats.

  • 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.

  • Market Square

    Market Square

    This lovely market square is surrounded by historic buildings, including the Old Town Hall built in 1812. This makes for a picturesque filming location.

  • 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…

  • 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!

  • 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 cafés, restaurants, bars,…

  • Seafront Road and Promenade

    Seafront Road and Promenade

    Beachside road in a vibrant seaside city that runs along the base of a cliff with lovely views out to the sea. The road has an accompanying cycle path and promenade with a number bars, ornate archways, lampposts and stairs leading up to the city’s main coastal road. A fantastic seafront location for filming and…

  • City Centre

    City Centre

    Pedestrianised city centre, lined with shops, restaurants and cafes and other businesses, and with a Market Cross at its centre. With plenty of history, this is a great location for street filming and photography.