This space consists of a church, parish hall and 3 floor rectory, which is available for films, fashion shoots, videos, etc. The Church building was built in 1899, and the large surrounding grounds and gardens are well-manicured, and may be used for all types of shoots.
The church sanctuary has four walls of stained glass windows, with rood screen, carved wood pulpit, choir loft, raised altar and oak pews. The sanctuary’s lower level houses a smaller chapel, and undercroft with attached bathroom — perfect for use as a holding area.
The Parish Hall, built in 1933, has tin ceilings and is large and spacious with natural light. Two bathrooms are located immediately off it for your crew use. The space can be configured to meet your production needs and is perfect for large crew holding areas or scenes requiring large open spaces.
The Rectory building retains some of its late Victorian period design details. The upper 2 floors of the Rectory are unoccupied and consist of 3 high-ceiling parlor rooms and 3 eaved rooms, all with natural light, a bathroom and kitchen. The space can be decorated or set to suit your needs and wall re-painting is permitted.
The first floor of the rectory houses a large meeting room with tin ceiling and walls, hard wood floors and natural light – perfect for large scenes or use as holding area. An older-style kitchen and two smaller rooms (wood paneled office and smaller waiting area) are also located on the same level.
The rectory basement is warren of small rooms with field stone walls and concrete floors.
Use fees are dependent on the number of areas to be utilized, crew size and length of shoot.
Sunday shoots are not permitted in the sanctuary.
No nailing in walls. Painting walls possible except in the the sanctuary. Moving of furniture in sanctuary subject to discussion.