A number of It Must be Hullywood leaflets are fanned out on a cobbled surface
The It Must Be Hullywood guide is now available in the Paragon Interchange Visitor Pod

Lights, camera, action! New trail lets visitors walk in Hullywood’s footsteps

Visitors to Hull will now be able to discover famous film and TV locations thanks to a new map.

New film and tv guide ‘It must be Hullywood’ includes locations from classic UK comedies Only Fools and Horses and Clockwise, smash-hit series’ Enola Holmes, Victoria, Bodies and The Crown, and movies A Royal Night Out and The Personal History of David Copperfield, amongst others.

City centre visitors can walk to at least six locations, with other spots across Hull also highlighted.

Hull residents have provided the images for the leaflet through a photography competition organised by Visit Hull and East Yorkshire late last year. Photos include sets and characters from several of the productions.

Councillor Rob Pritchard, portfolio holder for culture and leisure, said:

“Hull is fast becoming a firm favourite with production companies across the world with word spreading of what a hidden gem the city is.

“We’ve hosted many Hollywood stars and some of Hull’s prime locations have been completely transformed, attracting visitors from far and wide.

“This new trail offers sightseers a chance to see some of our most popular sites so far and spot some of the buildings and streets they’ve seen in their favourite shows.

“I have no doubt we’ll be extending the map in the future as we continue to see productions arrive in the city.”

The ‘It must be Hullywood’ guide is now available at www.visithull.org and the Visitor Information Pod at Paragon Interchange.

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