Saturday, 4 March 2017
M25 Iver Heath The Clump
Post to the east Dromenagh
Post to the north Gossams Wood
Housing Estate. Much used as a film location due to its nearness to the studios – see ‘Carry on at Your Convenience’., “Carry on Camping”.
Seven Hills Road
Long Coppice. Belt of woodland which runs parallel and north of the road
Seven Hills Farm, this is no longer an active farm.
Lady Yorke Park. A managed estate in a parkland setting.
Living Props. founded in 1991 Living Props work in thge provision of set dressing, greenery hire and prop hire to Film, TV, Photographic Studios and Corporate Event/Parties.
This is a large woodland area known as The Clump since the 1820s . It consists of broadleaved woodland with mature range of native trees - Oak, Birch, Willow, Sycamore and Hawthorn. The hedgerows mentioned extend across the site and connect to The Clump. It is unfenced and is accessible.. Several clearings exist, which are dominated by bracken and areas of dead-wood. The Clump is clearly marked on the Bryant map of 1825 and it likely that it was preserved as a distinctive element of woodland during the Enclosure process, In 1940 a Sergeant Hutchinson was shot down by a Messerschmitt nearby. The exact location of the crashed aeroplane is not known.
Living Props.. Web site
Reel Streets. Web site
South Buckinghamshire Council. Web site
Posted by M at 03:36