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Category: Essex

CEME conference Centre

CEME conference Centre

CEME conference Centre has some of the most amazing film space anywhere in London or the South East. Our ultra-modern, futuristic building has already been utilised for numerous films, television series, advertising and promotional shoots and photo sessions. Much of our space is ‘high-tech’-glass and stainless steel –perfect for airport, shopping centre or modern industrial …

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The East Anglian Railway Museum

The East Anglian Railway Museum is at Chappel Station, near Colchester, in rural Essex. We are a small country railway station, surrounded by beautiful scenery, just a short distance from London by rail or road. We host a variety of events throughout the year, such as Thomas the Tank Engine, which can attract up to …

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Moot Hall

The Moot Hall is a unique medieval brick building and has Grade I listed status. Dating from 1420 it is believed to be one of the earliest secular decorated brick buildings in England. Consisting of three floors and a small exercise yard, it has some unique features that will surely appeal to scouts as a …

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Mangapps Railway Museum

We are delighted to introduce this incredible new location Mangapps Railway Museum. Mangapps recently provided the underground railway carriage for that wonderful scene in Darkest Hour where Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill gauged the mood of ordinary Londoners as to how they felt about continuing the struggle for survival. They also provided the Edwardian timber …

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Combined Military Services Museum

Unique research and viewing opportunities available at one of the country’s finest private collections of original military and espionage equipment, dating from 1800BC to the present day. The diverse collections of the Combined Military Services Museum contain a treasure trove of rare original uniforms, firearms, armour, swords, spy gadgetry and ordnance, some of which cannot …

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Felsted School

In 2014, a production crew of 50 people along with a cast of 12 resided at Felsted for four weeks while they filmed a television series for Sky 1. Our team worked very closely with the crew to ensure that their tight production schedule was met and that they were assisted in every aspect of …

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