Escape to the Country films in Suffolk village
- Credit: Richard Warner
BBC camera crews have once again been in Suffolk, this time to film an episode of Escape to the Country.
A production crew for the popular BBC show visited the village store in Monks Eleigh earlier this week, with a nearby property seemingly set to appear on the show.
Staff at the volunteer-run village shop were interviewed as part of the programme.
Store volunteer Richard Warner said: "I didn't know anything about it, I volunteer in the shop six hours a week and just saw a camera crew come in. I was told they are filming for Escape to the Country.
"I've heard they were filming a property down the road."
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Mr Warner, who has previously appeared on television as a children's singer-songwriter, said he wasn't surprised that the village was chosen to feature on the programme.
"It is a lovely place to live," he added. "We've got our village shop and post office and that real village feel."
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Mr Warner added he also recently saw camera crews in the village filming upcoming BritBox thriller Magpie Murders.