Where was Only Fools and Horses jolly boys outing filmed?
The episode was filmed on location in Margate, Dreamland and Dumpton market, which is now Wyevale Garden centre.
Where was Only Fools and Horses filmed in Margate?
Filmed on location at Dreamland, this classic episode saw the whole gang journey from their South London home to the golden Margate Sands.
Where in Bristol did they film Only Fools and Horses?
Penn Street. Bristol, Del and Rodney’s van breaks down [S7E11 Heroes And Villains]
Was only fools filmed in Bristol?
Written by John Sullivan, Only Fools and Horses was set in Peckham in South East London. However, the show was never filmed there, instead being filmed primarily in West London and Bristol in the West of England.
Where did Del Boy go on the jolly boys outing?
Del and friends go on their annual “beano” to Margate.
Where was Roman galley in Only Fools and horses?
The Roman Galley was situated on the Thanet Way at Herne Bay in Kent. The pub closed in about 2005 and has now been converted to luxury apartments. Fans of Only Fools and Horses will recognise this as the “Halfway House” pub where the jolly boys stopped off for a pitstop whilst on their beano to Margate in their 1989 Christmas special.
Where was the Roman galley in Herne Bay?
The Roman Galley was situated on the Thanet Way at Herne Bay in Kent. The pub closed in about 2005 and is now “luxury” apartments. Fans of Only Fools and Horses will recognise this as the “Halfway House” pub where the jolly boys stopped off for a pitstop whilst on their beano to Margate.
Where was Only Fools and Horses Christmas special filmed?
The pub, off the Thanet Way, provided a venue for the cast and crew of Only Fools and Horses to shoot their 1989 Christmas special, Jolly Boys Outing. The popular characters – including Nicholas Lyndhurst as Rodney and David Jason as Del Boy – stopped off at the pub on their way to Margate for a Bank Holiday outing.
Where does Only Fools and horses take place?
Set in Peckham, south-east London, this classic sitcom was created and written by John Sullivan. Originally shown on BBC One between 1981 and 1996, it was not an immediate success.