Posted by sean on June 10, 2007 at 5:02 pm in Movies, TBA, Ventures Outside Of Bath with No Comments


Last night Simon and I went to Watkins’ house in Wells. We spent the evening having a few beers, a curry and playing a bit of Bomberman. A good night – thank you Mr. Watkins.

Today he showed Simon and me around his hometown of Wells, including many of the locations used in the film Hot Fuzz.

We then returned to Bath where we spent a ridiculously hot afternoon in the park, enjoying sandwiches and drinks bought from the new coffee shop which has recently opened near to where I live. An enjoyable weekend, if not a little hot.

Here’s some pictures of Wells and Hot Fuzz.

 Firstly, the high street – seen throughout the film

 The exterior of Somerfield. There was a different location for the inside shots.

The church where Tim Messenger (Adam Buxton) met his fate

 The corner shop – they really do sell Cornettos!

 The pub. Nuff said.

 Just an ordinary lane? Look closer…

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