Perfect for you next production
A picturesque (grade II*) Victorian Church set in rolling parkland fed by a chalk stream in the heart of the Chilterns.
Victoria and Abdul (2017)
Midsummer Murders (various)
Miss Marple (The Pale Horse) (2010)
Johnny English (2003)
The Secret Service (Gerry Anderson)(1969)
Horrible Histories (Various)
The church itself is a stunning example of Victorian architecture, with gothic style windows and towering spire, which makes it a visually impressive location for filming. Its interior is equally impressive, with intricately carved woodwork, stained glass windows, and a vaulted ceiling, comprising:
Main body with 2 aisles, seating for 220
A separate chapel with stone effigies and stained glass
A separate large meeting room/office
A vestry with historic memorial plaques
Winding staircase to bell tower, with bell ropes, seating and access to roof.
Churchyard, largely Victorian to present, including fenced grave (Disraeli’s) and some memorial monoliths.
Set in a picturesque location, surrounded by lush greenery and open fields, bounded by a stream. (National Trust owned: access would require additional permissions).
Additionally, adjacent to the Church is Church House, a historic former priory, comprising one private dwelling and one meeting hall, with upper storage room.
Car Park, suitable for cars and film trucks
Power to both properties
Mains water to both properties
Film dates and length are flexible avoiding Sundays and religious festivals, by prior agreement.
Access to parkland (Hughenden Manor) requires additional permission from National Trust.
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Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
9:30 am - 12:30 pm