The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: April 2016
For those of you currently enjoying 'Home Fires' (and we know that this is a real favourite in terms of the record number of 'hits' that we have received previously), our iconic Barbour Institute had yet more air time last Sunday evening.
One suspects, however, that upon the imminent discharge of 'Bob Simms' (Pat's abusive husband), then we might see less of 'Ward A'.
Other well known Cheshire landmarks have been spotted in just 2 episodes of the new series:
1. Beeston Castle
2. Chester Town Hall
3. The Swan Hotel, Tarporley
4. The Dysart Arms and St Boniface Church, Bunbury
However, we have yet to see 'Church Bank' — so keep a look out for the filming that took place there too!
That said, we include our final unpublished images that were taken during filming last summer; these by our very own Keith Titchener.
The attention to detail is astonishing.
Happy viewing (click on each image to enlarge).
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