The latest BBC drama series to be shot around Birmingham and the Midlands after Survivors and Hustle, has been revealed.
The star-packed five-part drama Land Girls has been made to mark the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War.
Screened in September, it follows the lives and loves of four young girls doing their bit fin the women’s Land Army, played by West End star Summer Strallen, Hope Springs star Christine Bottomley, Jo Woodcock and Becci Gemmell.
They are sent to the Hoxley estate, working on rundown Pasture Farm – in real life, a farm near Henley-in-Arden in Warwickshire.
The opulent Hoxley Manor, home of Lord Lawrence Hoxley (Inspector Lynley star Nathaniel Parker) and his wife Lady Ellen (Sophie Ward), has been recreated using Arbury Hall in Nuneaton.
Other locations in teh series will include the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley, Stoneleigh Abbey and the Elizabethan Fleece Inn in the Worcestershire village of Bretforton.