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Vera filming in Seaton Sluice and Delaval

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Did anybody manage to see the film crew when they were in Seaton Sluice and Delaval? I've never seen it before but I'm definitely curious to see these episodes now.

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Seen them in the car park at the bottom of the avenue for the past few weeks and have watched it in the past purely to see the local area.

Seen them at Briar Dene car park in Whitley a little while back too.

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Yeah I've heard they bring a bit of an uptick in visitors to the areas they film in. I may give it a look. Do you know if they're filming any more scenes? Maybe we can get a sneaky extras role.

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Think I read in the NPL that they were moving along to North Shields or the quayside. Not sure people want to see my face on TV though :D

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