A camera crew and actors were spotted in Chesham today.

The production had been given permission to film at four different locations across Chesham today (September 27) from 7am until 7pm. 

The crew was seen wearing hi-vis vests as they prepared the camera at the first location by the picturesque Bury Lane at about 10am before the actors arrived. 

The other locations were Market Square around the corner and Alfred Burt VC Close and Overdale Road for a more residential backdrop. 

Bucks Free Press: The first location at the junction of Bury Lane and Church StreetThe first location at the junction of Bury Lane and Church Street (Image: Newsquest)

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A man involved with the production, who asked not to be named, said they were filming a campaign called Refresh Britain, a brand-new national awareness campaign to “reframe how we think about air quality".

When asked why they had chosen Chesham, he said it was because it looks “representative” of a lot of places.

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The camera crew used an Arri Amira camera and an Angenieux Optimo lens with a combined retail value of around £80,000.

No road closures were in place for the filming.