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Paid for contentVanlop in the centre of new Shetland crime drama

THE PRIVATE road that runs east/west up Mossy Hill in the south Mainland will be closed to traffic on Wednesday as further scenes for the next Shetland crime drama will be filmed in the vicinity.

Production company ITV Shetland said scenes would be filmed at a property in Vanlop, Scousburgh, all day between 7am and 9pm.

No traffic restrictions will be required or in place on the main public road(s) in the area for the duration of this filming.

However, the private road that runs up Mossy Hill from the Vanlop junction on the west side of the hill will be closed to through traffic as shown on the diagram below.

Assistant location manager Davie Gardner said: “This has been agreed with and granted by all associated parties.

“This is to allow us to park our technical support vehicles in the area. Other technical support vehicles will be parked at various off-road places throughout the immediate region too. Our main filming support unit will be located at the Bigton Hall from Tuesday pm until Wednesday pm.

“Please take note of this too and proceed with caution in the area. Please also be aware of increased traffic between the Bigton Hall and our filming location at Vanlop.”

ITV Shetland sincerely apologises for any inconvenience any of this may cause.

Should anyone have any particular concerns, issues or questions relating to this please contact Davie Gardner on 07867 654 509  


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