Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Alan Rose - 21st September 2015 10:00am
Coaches full of sightseers on Midsomer Murder tours are often seen at Church End here in Haddenham, and we think that we should recognise this international interest as part of our local history.
Haddenham was first featured in an episode filmed in 1999 and has since been seen in another nine.
None of the Haddenham Museum Trust committee members are experts on the TV series and we are looking to find people who know more than us. We would be particularly grateful if you would let us know if you took any photographs of the filming taking place. The idea is to produce a display and an album.
A special map showing some of the locations is now available for sale in the museum and you might like to send a copy to your friends in less risky places.
Although it is unrealistic to expect to welcome coach parties to our museum we could at least obtain some more publicity!
Your thoughts and photographs would be welcome.
Please get in touch with Alan Rose, email: email@example.com
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