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Paid for contentCrime drama filming moves to Reawick on Thursday

FILMING scenes for the ninth instalment of the Shetland crime drama series moves to Reawick on Thursday.

ITV Shetland will be busy filming at a property adjacent to the Red Ayre beach in Reawick between 8am and 8pm.

Location manager Davie Gardner said: “To undertake this with the safety of our crew and other road-users in mind, we have officially requested, and been granted, a ‘stop/go’ traffic control procedure on a short section of the B9071 in the area as shown here (see map below).

“It is anticipated, however, that any traffic ‘holds’ will only be in place for a few minutes on each occasion. Nevertheless, apologies for any inconvenience this may cause general road-users.

“To facilitate the filming in Reawick our large vehicular support unit will be located at the Skeld Hall from the evening of the 3rd of April until the evening of the 4th.

“Please note this and the associated increased traffic movements – and possible roadside parking – both here and in and around the filming location area itself.”


Should anyone have any issues with this please call Davie Gardner on 07867 654 509.

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