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Loading bays in historic quarter to be used by TV crews

Creeped Out BBC

BBC children’s TV series ‘Creeped Out’ will be filmed in Carlisle next week, with the city’s former Hooper’s store being transformed in to a TV set.

To facilitate the production, a number of loading bays in the historic quarter will be occupied by production vehicles between Monday 15 and Friday 19 October.  The streets affected are Castle Street, St Mary’s Gate and Paternoster Row.

The production company have liaised with local businesses in recent weeks to accommodate deliveries and to advise of the likely temporary disruption to loading bay availability.

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