All around the all-round island: explore England

This time, we’re thrilled to take you on a stunning journey through England. Our latest film captures the breathtaking beauty and lively spirit of England’s landscapes and cities, and we can’t wait for you to experience it. This production is our love letter to England, and whether these places feel like home or are new to you, we hope our film makes you feel as connected to them as we do.

Cornwall: A Coastal Paradise

Our journey begins in Cornwall, a region known for its rugged coastline, charming fishing villages, and historic sites. Cornwall is a haven for surfers and nature enthusiasts alike. Fun fact: Tintagel Castle in Cornwall is famously associated with the legend of King Arthur. The stunning cliffs and dramatic sea views here are truly a sight to behold.

London: The Heart of England

Next, we move to the bustling capital, London. A city rich in history and culture, London offers an array of iconic landmarks like the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, and the London Eye. Did you know that the British Museum houses over 8 million works and is one of the largest and most comprehensive museums in the world?

Bath: Roman Elegance

Our film then takes you to Bath, renowned for its Roman-built baths and Georgian architecture. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its Roman Baths are among the best-preserved Roman remains in the world. Jane Austen, one of England’s most beloved authors, called Bath home for several years, and the city celebrates her legacy with the annual Jane Austen Festival.

Castle Combe: Quintessential English Village

Castle Combe, often dubbed “the prettiest village in England,” is a picturesque destination with charming cottages and serene countryside. This village has been a filming location for several movies, including Steven Spielberg’s “War Horse.”

Peak District: Nature’s Playground

We then explore the Peak District, England’s first national park. This area is known for its stunning landscapes, from rolling hills to dramatic moorlands. The Peak District is also home to Chatsworth House, a grand estate that has served as the backdrop for numerous films and TV shows, including “Pride and Prejudice.”

Lake District: Poetic Beauty

The Lake District, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is next on our journey. Famous for its glacial lakes, rugged mountains, and inspiring scenery, this region has been immortalized by poets such as William Wordsworth. Fun fact: The Lake District is home to England’s highest peak, Scafell Pike.

Brighton: Vibrant Seaside Town

Our film then heads to Brighton, a lively coastal city known for its pier, vibrant arts scene, and eclectic shopping. The Royal Pavilion, a former royal residence with its distinctive Indo-Saracenic architecture, is a must-see landmark.

Dorset: Jurassic Coastline

Finally, we visit Dorset, known for its Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site famous for its fossil-rich cliffs and stunning rock formations. The iconic Durdle Door, a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast, is one of the most photographed landmarks in England.

We hope you enjoy this cinematic journey through England as much as we loved making it. Each location holds a special place in our hearts, and we hope our film inspires you to explore the beauty and history that England has to offer. We also want to send our deepest thanks to all the people in England to taking us in and showing their beautiful and versatile country for us. We also want to thank Elliot Simpson for making this film come alive.

 

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