Allerton Castle

Allerton Castle

A Grade I listed nineteenth-century Gothic or Victorian Gothic house, Allerton Castle at Allerton Mauleverer in North Yorkshire, England is steeped in history. Built by the premier Baron of England, Lord Mowbray, Segrave and Stourton in the 1840s, and rebuilt by architect George Martin in 1843-53. The castle and grounds have been the location for many productions, including: Sherlock Holmes – The Sign of Four (BBC), Location, Location, Location (Channel 4), and the ITV series Victoria, to name just a few. Enter into its time capsule for an insight into by-gone eras, and be enchanted by the ambiance of a castle once owned by Prince Frederick (the ‘Grand Old Duke of York’ and brother to King George IV) in the 18th century.

Allerton Park, Harrogate

Location

Allerton Castle, Allerton Mauleverer, Knaresborough HG5 0SE

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    Chris Hordley, Production Liaison & Development

    Chris provides bespoke advice on regional locations, studios and facilities to UK and international production companies. With over 20 years combined industry and production liaison experience, Chris has secured and supported productions in Yorkshire & Humber including; Peaky Blinders, Happy Valley, Victoria, Ackley Bridge, God's Own Country, Paddington 2, and Transformers: The Last Knight.  He also supports Screen Yorkshire’s senior management team in building and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders.
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    Richard Knight, Production Liaison and Education

    Richard assists with the day to day running of the Film Office and also manages Screen Yorkshire’s training and education programmes. Richard has worked for fifteen years as a location manager, predominantly in Yorkshire on films including Four Lions and This is England, and TV Dramas such as Utopia and Prisoners Wives. As such, he has an excellent knowledge of Yorkshire’s diverse range of locations and the logistics of filming in them.