It presents a romantic view a view local people

first_img“It presents a romantic view; a view local people can’t wait to see on screen.”Cllr Mullan added: “Last year we had filming in the Roe Valley Country Park for the new Dracula movie and now Game of Thrones.”He concluded: “We have something special here in the Roe Valley that needs to capitalised on and, I believe, if the right moves could be made we could become a favourite with filmmakers.”“GAME OF THRONES” CREATING “AIR OF EXCITEMENT” IN MAGILLIGAN was last modified: September 23rd, 2014 by stephenstephen Tags: ““Those behind ‘Game of Thrones’ have filmed in parts of the fabulous North Coast before, but this is the first time they have come into the Roe Valley, and Magilligan in particular.“There is definitely an air of excitement in the area with the buzz of film crews.“It’s great to see it because it will really showcase the natural beauty of Magilligan and Binevenagh.”“The locations in and around St Aidan’s Chapel are flanked by the River Roe, Lough Foyle and beautiful Binevenagh. ShareTweet There is an “air of excitement” in Magilligan in Co Derry with the arrival of the crew from the award-wining hit television series “Game of Thrones.”Filming started in and around the Binevenagh area yesterday and continues today and, according to Limavady Cllr Gerry Mullan, was “attracting plenty of interest.”“This is such a good news story,” said Cllr Mullan. gamegerrylimavadymagilliganmullanofthroneslast_img

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