There are 14 separate locations in the Parish Plan video. You can see it here.Can you identify them all? Some of them are fairly obvious but you may struggle with a few. Send us your best guesses at info@klpp.co.uk – the Parish Plan team will buy the first winner a drink at the local pub or wine bar of your choice.

Amazingly, the whole film was shot on Tuesday 8th January, in a single morning. Andrew wrote the script and it was made by Chris Pettit, a professional film-maker with more than 30 years experience in TV programmes, commercials and films. Chris had already carefully reconnoitred all the locations to establish where to get the best shots and what time we had to be at each place. Our star was, of course, John Morrish, Kings Langley Parish Councillor.

W.C Fields once offered the invaluable advice:  “Never work with children or animals.”

How right he was! Everything was working like clockwork until some cows at a local farm (Come on! You know this location) took a shine to our leading actor. 

John Morrish is the one without the yellow tag on his ear, by the way.

Then, a little later, one of the horses in a field (this location is not so easy) thought he could do a better job with the light reflector than Andrew!

As John was extolling the virtues of our fast train links, the horse was actually vigorously licking Andrew’s ear and doing his best to get into shot.

Still, as you can see from the shadows, the sun shone all morning and we managed to get around to all our locations.

You’ll have noticed that we didn’t get a chance to mention the canal, the golf club at Shendish or the monthly local produce market – maybe next time. But please write to us at info@klpp.co.uk with your suggestions for other sites and features that make Kings Langley such a special place to live in.

There are 14 separate locations in the Parish Plan video on this web site. Can you identify them all? Some of them are fairly obvious but you may struggle with a few. Send us your best guesses at info@klpp.co.uk – the Parish Plan team will buy the first winner a drink at the local pub or wine bar of your choice.

Amazingly, the whole film was shot on Tuesday 8th January, in a single morning. Andrew wrote the script and it was made by Chris Pettit, a professional film-maker with more than 30 years experience in TV programmes, commercials and films. Chris had already carefully reconnoitred all the locations to establish where to get the best shots and what time we had to be at each place. Our star was, of course, John Morrish, Kings Langley Parish Councillor.

W.C Fields once offered the invaluable advice:  “Never work with children or animals.”

 How right he was! Everything was working like clockwork until some cows at a local farm (Come on! You know this location) took a shine to our leading actor:

John Morrish is the one without the yellow tag on his ear, by the way.

Then, a little later, one of the horses in a field (this location is not so easy) thought he could do a better job with the light reflector than Andrew!

As John was extolling the virtues of our fast train links, the horse was actually vigorously licking Andrew’s ear and doing his best to get into shot.

Still, as you can see from the shadows, the sun shone all morning and we managed to get around to all our locations.

You’ll have noticed that we didn’t get a chance to mention the canal, the golf club at Shendish or the monthly local produce market – maybe next time. But please write to us at info@klpp.co.uk with your suggestions for other sites and features that make Kings Langley such a special place to live in.