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Be part of a film set in Buckinghamshire and visit the backdrops of famous film – from Bond to Bridget Jones, Harry Potter to Sherlock Holmes.
Buckinghamshire's grand houses, dark forests and quaint villages have been used in over 50 years of film.‘Layer Cake’ and ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’ were filmed at Stoke Park, whilst ‘Downton Abbey’, ‘The Queen’, ‘Sherlock Holmes’ and ‘A New York Winter's Tale’ are just a few films made at Waddesdon Manor.‘The Duchess’ and ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ were both filmed at West Wycombe Park and Amersham’s Crown Hotel crops up in ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’.The small village of Turville was used as the backdrop for ‘The Vicar of Dibley’ and ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’, whilst ‘Inspector Morse’ was filmed in various towns and villages.Black Park Country Park was the Forbidden Forest in ‘Harry Potter’, several ‘James Bond’ films, plus ‘Bugsy Malone’, ‘Sleepy Hollow’ and ‘Stardust’.
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Restored to working order by The Chiltern Society, Lacey Green Windmill is England's oldest smock mill with wooden machinery dating from around 1650.
Location: Lacey Green, Buckinghamshire
Ivinghoe Beacon, Coombe Hill and Whiteleaf Cross are prominent landmarks of the Chiltern Hills and perfect spots to have a picnic or watch the sun go down.
Location: Ivinghoe Beacon, Coombe Hill and Whiteleaf Cross, Buckinghamshire
Ever wondered where Charlie and the Chocolate Factory started or what a Bogtrotter cake might taste like? This family-friendly museum has answers for children and adults of all ages.
Location: Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire
The emphasis at Chiltern Brewery has always been to produce natural, wholesome beers using the best, class A malt and hops sourced in England.
Location: Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
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