Father Brown (BBC Birmingham) - September 2014
This is a British television period drama which began airing on BBC One on 14 January 2013. It features Mark Williams as the eponymous crime solving Roman Catholic priest. The series is based on the character of Father Brown created by G. K. Chesterton, primarily using new stories written for the series. The episode filmed at Alscot was shown on BBC 1 on 19th January 2015
The Secret History of Our Streets (Century Films Ltd)
Alscot, as well as other locations, was used in the making of this six episode documentary series shown on BBC Two, featuring Stephen Macintosh as narrator and historian Stephen Humphries.
Alscot has been the venue for several photography shoots including Conde Nast’s House and Garden Magazine.
Alscot Park (CV37 8BL)
Set in over 4,000 acres of beautiful Warwickshire countryside and encompassing the traditional, predominantly estate owned, villages of Preston on Stour and Atherstone on Stour. Alscot is a thriving country estate is located approx. 3 miles south of Stratford upon Avon. A short distance to the South of Alscot, on the A3400, lies the market town of Shipston on Stour and the gateway to the Cotswolds with an abundance of attractions and breath taking scenery.
Alscot is within easy reach of all major Motorway networks (M40 JNC. 15) main roads (A3400, A429, A46), direct national rail links from Stratford upon Avon and Stratford upon Avon Parkway to London (Marylebone) and Birmingham, European and international flights to and from Birmingham International Airport and a local airport at Wellesbourne.
Contact Helen Hunt 01789 450451 or visithttp://www.alscot.co.uk/on-location/