Downton Abbey stars return to Witney

Maggie Smith filming at Cogges Manor Farm Museum    Picture: OX68505 Jon Lewis

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DOWNTON Abbey stars returned to Witney yesterday for filming.

Cogges Manor Farm Museum was closed from 10.30am to 2.30pm as cast and crew, including actress Maggie Smith, were spotted outside the manor house.

It is the second time this year the production company Carnival – which also films in Bampton – has been at the museum, the first being filming for part of the fith series in April.

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9:39am Thu 10 Jul 14

jazzers says...

The servantsshuld have the right to explain the appalling conditions they endured.
The servantsshuld have the right to explain the appalling conditions they endured. jazzers
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9:42am Thu 10 Jul 14

jazzers says...

amendment. the servants shuld have a piece where they can tell of the appalling condtions they endured.
amendment. the servants shuld have a piece where they can tell of the appalling condtions they endured. jazzers
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10:01am Thu 10 Jul 14

jonny1976 says...

jazzers wrote:
amendment. the servants shuld have a piece where they can tell of the appalling condtions they endured.
you may wish to issue another amendment. *should, *conditions
[quote][p][bold]jazzers[/bold] wrote: amendment. the servants shuld have a piece where they can tell of the appalling condtions they endured.[/p][/quote]you may wish to issue another amendment. *should, *conditions jonny1976
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