Please do not allow our history be destroyed by greed. Uxbridge and West Drayton RAF stations are 2 examples of our history that have been destroyed.
This Studio should be preserved as a legacy to part of the great british film industry. My father worked here and other studios in his 60yrs as a film extra
It would be a tragedy even greater than anything created within its illustrious history if we allow this important cultural site to be demolished. What is happening to this country! Does every scrap of land have to be bought up by greedy developers to create yet another blot on the landscape. It saddens me that no one seems to care enough to do something about this erosion of our culture.
John Escolme1 month ago Comments: It is typical that another builder-developer could get their hands on this most important site. Teddington has gone the same way. THERE IS A LACK OF STUDIO CAPACITY in and around London - without the studios the industry itself dies - or goes to Ireland or somewhere.....
Darryl Haase1 month ago Comments: Hammer films have been a big part of my life. I love all the classic films and still appreciate their artistry. Please preserve the studio. So many historic studio lots have been torn down and real movie aficionados have nowhere to go for a real connection to history.
KEN MOBILIO, United States1 month ago Comments: -
- Bray Studios is a small, but incredibly vital part of the facilities on offer for film work in this country. Too often when other studios are full, Bray is the only place we have managed to find a solution to out needs. I have used the studio to shoot several of my films there; most recently, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.
- historic studios need preserving . Many productions are using rundown deserted factory sites instead. Save Bray!!
- We need more studio space. As simple as that.