Film crews descend on Lavenham, near Sudbury, for filming of new Netflix project, Coldharbour Lane
Film crews are expected in Lavenham for the next week as the Suffolk village becomes the location of a new Netflix film.
Crews are working on new feature film, believed to be called Coldharbour Lane, with a letter received by Lavenham residents suggesting some scenes will be set in the streets of the village, leading to road closures.
From 11pm on September 28 to 8pm September 29, roads surrounding Market Square, including Prentice Street, Market Lane, Lady Street and Barn Street, will be closed. All businesses in the area will be allowed to remain open during this time.
Lavenham Blue vintage tea rooms is being used for filming from Sunday, September 26 to Wednesday, September 29, and so will be closed until Friday, October 1.
Tearoom owner, Amanda, wrote in a statement on her website: "This is a great compliment to my tearooms and we are very proud to have been chosen to be part of such an exciting and different world for a few days."
In the letter, residents were also asked to use alternative parking, which is to be provided by the crew, on the routes involved in filming.
It is understood the crew are staying in Ipswich.