Seen on ScreenKettlewell and surrounding area, Yorkshire Dales - www.kettlewell.info
You will recognise plenty of the stunning scenes from the Calendar Girls. The real calendar girls live nearby in Cracoe. You can join www.malcolmhanson.co.uk on a guided tour of Calendar Girls country - his tales offer first hand knowledge of the making of the film as he had a small part in it.
Holmfirth - www.pennineyorkshire.com
Last of the Summer Wine - the world's longest running TV comedy was filmed in and around this picturesque Pennine town. Visit the exhibition inside Compo's house, where there is a collection of photographs and memorabilia and a tea room next door, or opt for a guided 10 mile tour of the area.
Newby Hall - www.newbyhall.com
Newby Hall, near Ripon is a stunning 17th century house built under the guidance of Sir Christopher Wren. The Hall features a tapestry room, a gallery of classical statuary and a stunning 25 acre garden. It was recently the setting for the film of Mansfield Park, starring Billie Piper.
National Media Museum Bradford - www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk
The National Media Museum is free to visit and features interactive displays about film, television and animation, as well as three cinemas including an IMAX. Bradford is the world's first UNESCO City of Film. It has been the location for many world famous films including "Room at the Top", "Billy Liar", "The Railway Children" and "Monty Python's The Meaning of Life".
The Piece Hall, Halifax - www.thepiecehall.co.uk
brassed Off was partly filmed here in this Georgian hall built by the merchants of Halifax in 1779 as a trading place for cloth. Now houses, an art gallery and speciality shops.
Oakwell Hall, Birstall - www.friendsofoakwellhall.org.uk/
A new adaption of Emily Bronte's epic Wuthering Heights was filmed at Oakwell Hall, a beautiful Elizabethan manor house, set out as a family home of the 1960's and surrounded by 110 acres of Green Flag award winning country park.
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