Frogmore Paper Mill located in Hemel Hempstead, is a truly unique and historically significant location that offers a versatile backdrop for photography, television, and film shoots. The mill’s distressed and characterful appearance, complete with well-preserved machinery and derelict spaces, make for a fantastic factory double.
It has a rich history dating back to 1803 when it was chosen as the location for the trials of the newly patented paper machine by Henry and Sealy Fourdrinier. The mill has become an iconic symbol of the Industrial Revolution and the dawn of the modern paper industry.
It contains a private wharf, providing ample opportunities for capturing stunning shots of the mill against the picturesque backdrop of the Grand Union Canal. Additionally, there is a small car park on site along with a vacant office, making it a convenient and practical option for productions.
Frogmore has been used as a filming location for Taskmaster, The Bastard Son and The Devil Himself, Eastenders and Endeavour to name a few.
With midweek and weekend hires available in 2023, Frogmore Paper Mill is the perfect setting for capturing the essence of the past while providing a unique and versatile setting for any production.
Q.Can I film in the week?
A. Yes, depending on availability the location is open 7 days a week
Q.Can I park onsite?
A. No onsite parking. Parking to be organised through local authorities
Q.What is the turn around time?
A. 3-5 working days (to be considered on a case by case basis)
Q.For feature film & scripted TV enquiries who do I call?
A. Contact Lisa, Lisa@location-collective.co.uk / 07496 220771