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Lavenham village, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom

Lavenham Village, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom

Notable residents of Lavenham have included Lord Mayor of London Thomas Cooke, author George Ruggle, art critic Robert Langton Douglas, poet Stephen Spender, actor Eamon Boland and artist Roy Turner Durrant.
Lavenham in popular culture
Lavenham's Market Square was a location for the 1968 Vincent Price film Witchfinder General. In 1986 a more contemporary film Playing Away, about a visiting cricket team from Brixton, was also filmed there. The Market Square is the setting of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's 1970 film Apotheosis. Other filmmakers who have used the village as a location include Stanley Kubrick and Pier Paolo Pasolini. In 2010, under conditions of strict secrecy, scenes from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 and Part 2 were filmed there.

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