A PIECE of woodland between Rogate and Liss could play a starring role in a major film judging by an application by a Surrey firm. Plans to turn parts of Rogate Common into a temporary film set have been lodged with the South Downs National Park Authority. The privately-owned estate is one of several locations that has been earmarked by a film company for the shooting of a "new feature film". The application submitted by Wai Man Chung and Planit Consulting on behalf of the company does not reveal what movie will be shot. But it's clear the filming will be a serious undertaking with between 150 and 200 people set to work on the site during a four-day period in July. For full story, see this week's Petersfield Herald.
Woodland set for starring role
Wednesday 23rd April 2014 10:00 pm