Monday, 27 October 2014
I'm sure many of you will recognise this ancestral pile as being The Château, from the penultimate series of "Allo, Allo". The scene of the final confrontation between Madam Edith and Rene Artois, and they escaped in a homebuilt hot-air balloon.
Well, in real life it was played by Farkham Hall, located a few miles from Eastwood. Notts. It was knocked down to build the IKEA superstore. That's progress.
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