Get on the film and TV trail at Lacock
6:28pm Tuesday 17th September 2013 in Latest News
Honor Blackman breeding giant spiders, Colin Firth on horseback, and Judi Dench’s bonnet - all have been filmed in Lacock, and all play a part in a new celebration of the village’s long and varied cinematic past.
The National Trust, which maintains the 18th century centre of the village, has launched a new walking trail, to show off the many locations used for filming.
Films from The Grass is Greener, starring Cary Grant, The Secret of My Success, with Honor Blackman, to three Harry Potter films, have all be shot in the village, along with TV adaptations of Pride and Prejudice, Robin of Sherwood and Cranford.
Maps for the free trail, which runs until October 6, are available from the National Trust shop and tearoom in the High Street.
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