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Fancy taking a break somewhere you’ve seen on screen? To celebrate the return of the brand-new series, Britannia, a Sky original that has used places in the National Trust’s care during the filming of the drama since season one, Sky are offering one lucky winner £2,000 towards a stay in one of the National Trust’s unique holiday cottages. The winner will also receive an extra £700 spending money to make the most of the trip.
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For the third series, the crew have ventured even further across the country in search of filming locations. As well as returning to Ashridge where they filmed some of season 2, they also headed to the wilds of Roughtor in Cornwall. Meanwhile the famous prehistoric chalk figure of the Uffington White Horse became the site of clandestine meetings between the Druids and the wife of the invading Roman general. Crew members also transformed one of the ornate garden follies at Stowe in Buckinghamshire into a temple in the Roman town of ‘Verulamium’ (now known as St Albans).