Gavin and Stacey Filming Locations

Gavin and Stacey Filming Locations

Gavin and Stacey has to be one of the best BBC comedy sitcoms in recent years. Most of Gavin and Stacey was filmed in and around Barry, including Gavin Shipman’s Billericay home. Below are some of the Gavin and Stacey Filming Locations.

Family Homes

Stacey ‘s home in Barry was filmed at 47 Trinity Street, Barry, South Wales.

Gavin and Stacey Filming Locations

Pam and Mick’s house which was set in Billericay, was filmed at 2 Laburnum Way, Dinas Powys, Wales.

Gavin and Stacey Filming Locations

Christmas Special

In the Gavin and Stacey Christmas Special (2008) Stacey worked at a Marks and Spencers in Billericay where Smithy visits for some last minute Christmas shopping. This was filed at Marks and Spencer, Culverhouse Cross, Cardiff.

Gavin and Stacey Filming Locations

Cardiff Gate Service Station was used as the services in a number of episodes. Including the 2008 Christmas Special, where Dave’s Coaches stops on the way to Billericay and where Gavin in singing on the phone with Smithy.

Gavin and Stacey Filming Locations

Other Locations

The Kiosk where Stacey worked in Barry Island was filmed on location. For Google Maps search 1 Paget Road, Barry.

Gavin and Stacey Filming Locations

Barry train station where Stacey meets Gwen.

Gavin and Stacey Filming Locations

Life on North Ronaldsay – Part 2

North Ronaldsay Ferry

Here I am again – my 2nd blog after a successful movie night!

We had a meeting on the island last week with Volunteer Action Orkney – a small organisation dedicated to finding small pots of money for little projects around the Orkney Islands.

We had an extremely good turn out at the meeting and the idea of a regular movie/night and get together seemed more popular than I’d expected.

So that lit the fire under three of us, we got together and set up the projector in the community centre and called around the island. I supplied the movies, the nurse supplied the refreshments, and the newest incomer to North Ronaldsay supplied the technical know-how.

13 people sat around the silver screen watching Eddie Redmayne’s fantastic portrayal of the life of Professor Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything. We decided, like it was ‘back in the day’ that we would have a movie night every fortnight with tea/coffee and biscuits to end the evening.

Here’s hoping that the North Ronaldsay movie night grows from here to be a night we all look forward to!

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Blog Post By: Sarah Moore