Party’s over in Cromer as Christmas tree is taken down from pier
- Credit: Archant
Filming's over in Cromer with the Christmas tree being dismantled on the pier.
Hundreds of people watched the BBC filming at the iconic pier yesterday.
Filming did not finish until about 2am today and workers on the pier are now packing up the Christmas tree and other sets.
The production team has remained tight-lipped over what they were filming.
But one of the men clearing the pier today said they were filming an ident, which are short films shown in between programmes.
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Yesterday's filming included a shot of a boy trying to protect his chips from the seagulls.
Cast members and crew had arrived in town on Tuesday.
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