A Twitter account has been set up for The Old School Hotel in Port Isaac. It features a few behind the scenes photos and there may well be more to come. Here's one of their pictures of the filming schedule.
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Martin Clunes and the cast of Doc Martin are preparing for a wedding, as
they return to Cornwall to film the new series of the hit ITV show.
The end of the last series saw the grumpy doctor pop the question to
long-suffering love interest and local school headmistress, Louisa
Glasson (Caroline Catz) and the new series will reveal if he actually
goes through with it.
It's right there in the headline, so if you've made it this far, you're entering "Doc Martin" spoilerterritory at your own risk.
With the distinct possibility that the sixth series of "Doc Martin"
may be the last ever, you have to wonder if the creators may be trying
to tie up some loose ends. That may have prompted a bit of location
scouting news reported recently in the U.K. Express: a church has been chosen for Martin and Louisa's wedding. The 12th-century church, St. Nonna's,
will probably look familiar to "Doc Martin" fans, however, because it's
also where Martin and Louisa failed to get married back at the end of season three.
So, in the end, this is only a potential spoiler, and there's every
reason to guess that the couple's second trip to the altar will also end
A Cornish church known as the "cathedral of the moor" is set to star
on prime time TV this autumn, after being declared a suitable venue for
Doc Martin's wedding.
The production team behind the ITV drama visited St Nonna's
Church in Altarnun, in north Cornwall yesterday morning, in a tour of a
number of locations for the story filmed in and around the fishing
village of Port Isaac.
Babies from the Westcountry are needed for the next series of ITV
drama Doc Martin when filming starts again in Port Isaac this spring.
Production company Buffalo Productions is looking for babies born
between October last year and January to play the part of grumpy Doc
Martin's baby in series six of the drama set in the fictional Cornish
fishing village of Port Wenn.