In 2016-2017 film activity brought in approximately £1.9 million to the local economy. Recent movies filmed in Waverley include:
- Transformers: The Last Knight (2017)
- Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016)
- Snow White and the Huntsman (2012)
- 47 Ronan (2013)
- Gladiator (2000)
- The Mummy (1999)
- Harry Potter - three films
- Macbeth (2015)
- Mini series - Howard's End (2017)
A film, TV or photographic company? Interested in filming in Waverley?
We have the perfect locations for you...
The borough of Waverley is situated three miles away from Guildford, just one hour from central London, 25 miles from Shepperton Studios and covers the beautiful countryside from Farnham in the west to Cranleigh in the east.
We have four major towns (Godalming, Haslemere, Cranleigh and Farnham) with many beautiful villages and picturesque countryside in between. We have a range of locations including historic buildings, office space, countryside, historic and modern parks, car parks and lakes.
We manage the sites that belong to Waverley Borough Council such as Farnham Park and Frensham Great Pond. We will assess each request on an individual basis. If the land you want to film on is not owned by Waverley, we will signpost you in the right direction.
Commercial filming enquiry form
Student film makers
If you are a student film maker you need to contact the council 10 working days before the date of the shoot, we will require a full risk assessment and insurance documents from your education institution.
Student filming request form
Filming locations in Waverley
The YouTube video below shows images of Farnham Park.
Frensham Great Pond and Common
The video below show images of Frensham Great Pond and Common as a film location:
Other local land owners:
Bourne Wood Pam Eastwood (Filming Liaison Officer) - call 07778 110349
Frensham Little Pond (National Trust) - email: email@example.com
Waverley Abbey Ruins (English Heritage) - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dunsfold Park - contact David McAllister, call 01483 200900 or email email@example.com
Filming best practice
We work with the Surrey Film office, please see their A-Z of good film practice. We also work in partnership with Creative England.
Filming on roads and pavements
You need a license to film on public highways, managed by Surrey County Council. For more details on how to apply, visit the Surrey Film Office.
Looking to use a drone?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your insurance and your risk assessment for approval.
Looking for local crew, facilities and accommodation please see the Creative England database.
For local accommodation, see Visit Surrey