Brecon Beacons filming approved among James Bond Skyfall speculation [BBC News]

An article on the BBC website claims that a film production company has sought permission to film in the Brecon Beacons, speculating that the film in question could be Skyfall. The article that the national park authority has given the go ahead, but that the Welsh government has the ultimate say and has 21 days to respond to the request, adding:

The film company, which has not declared its identity or details about the film, says it intends to bring in 200 people for the production near Myddfai, Carmarthenshire.

It says it would need access to the land for a period of three months and permission to create a chapel and manor house. Filming would take place over three weeks.

The chapel and manor house could be in place of the location work that had been planned for Duntrune Castle in Argyll, Scotland, where it was claimed Bond’s ancestral home would be attacked by land and sea.

Read “Brecon Beacons filming approved among James Bond Skyfall speculation” at BBC News

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