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BBC Screen Adaptation To Be Filmed In Barnsley

Wednesday October 9 2013

We Are Barnsley We Are Barnsley

A NEW BBC screen adaptation of a hit 19th century novel will be partly filmed at a derelict farm in Barnsley.

Gothic tale Jamaica Inn, by Daphne du Maurier, is to be made into a three-part drama and Crow Edge, near Penistone, will be the setting for the inn.

Scenes will be filmed at Lower Whitley Farm, off Whams Road.

The production will feature a star cast, including Jessica Brown Findlay - Downton Abbey's Lady Sybil Branson, Sean Harris from The Borgias and Southcliffe, and Matthew McNulty, who featured in Room at the Top.

Allen Pestell, chairman of Dunford Parish Council, said: "I think it's a wonderful thing. It should be a boost for Dunford parish and Penistone and I can't wait for them to get started."

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Reply Posted by Philip Taylor on Wednesday October 9 2013 at 21:42
My nephew is working on the editing for this! lives in surrey but working from where some of his family originate from.

Reply Posted by Monty Williams on Thursday October 10 2013 at 09:34
No everyone can see what a shit hole barnsley is

Reply Posted by Mark on Tuesday October 15 2013 at 22:16
I think that is just where you live mate. Barnsley has some of the most beautiful parts of the Country in its Borough !

Reply Posted by Otley on Wednesday October 16 2013 at 09:38
@mark - I totally agree. There are many pretty bits to Barnsley, Cawthorne is one of them. Lovely village

The problem is the people. The majority of them are thick.

Reply Posted by me on Wednesday October 16 2013 at 20:09
some barnsley people give us a bad name,we arnt all dregs of the earth

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