Filming on the Fylde Coast

Filming on the Fylde Coast

This area is very popular with production companies who are often filming on the Fylde Coast. Here at Visit Fylde Coast we’re frequently contacted with all kinds of requests – find the latest ones here!

Casting Call for a New Show about Families

Published 7 November 2018

Could you spend a week with your ex to strengthen and combine your parenting skills?

ITV are looking for local families to take part in this new show.

If you’d like to take part all you need to do is send your name and contact phone number by email to Or you can phone 0161 952 6067. And please say that you saw it on Visit Fylde Coast!

You can also submit your contact details online

You don’t need to provide any additional information at this stage.

Casting Call for a New Puppy TV Show

Published 13 July 2018

  • Are you getting a puppy soon?
  • Have you just got a puppy?
  • Do you know someone who is?

This new show may be just for you!

Filming on the Fylde Coast
Casting call for a new puppy tv show

Red Sky Productions has been in touch to say that they are producing a brand new and exciting documentary series. It’s a prime-time Channel 4 series, featuring doggy experts and new owners. It will capture the highs and lows of puppy parenthood. From the first night in the new home to their place as the favourite person in the family.

When they originally got in touch they hadn’t sent out the news releases so it was all a bit cloak-and-dagger. They’re going to be filming the show in Derbyshire and are still looking for people who live within a decent travelling distance. So if you’re still interested or live in that area and you’re getting a new puppy, why don’t you get in touch?

They want to hear your story – whether you are filling an empty nest, improving your health, or want a fur-baby of your own – they want to hear from you.

Ring Carron on 0141 343 7595 or email

Alternatively, email or ring 0141 343 7782 – and please tell them that you saw it on Visit Fylde Coast!

During the summer we’ll see first hand how the puppies grow to become man’s best friend under the watchful eye of doggy experts.

Find out More

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