FILM crews were spotted in Bracknell filming the fourth series of the award-winning ITV drama Unforgotten.

Production crews with cameras set up their filming location in Town Square in Bracknell Town Centre yesterday morning (February 12).

ITV has confirmed that they are filming in Bracknell for the highly anticipated fourth series of Unforgotten, starring Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar.

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Unforgotten follows the journey of DCI Cassie Stuart and DI Sunny Khan as they discover a dismembered body in a scrap metal yard, which the team believe has been stored in a domestic freezer for thirty years.

A unique Millwall Football Club tattoo leads to the victim being identified as Matthew Walsh, a young man in his mid-twenties who went missing in March 1990.

Chris Lang, writer of the series, said: “I am so excited to be bringing back the Unforgotten team for a fourth series, as Cassie and Sunny take on perhaps their most challenging case to date.

"Once again, we have assembled an astonishing cast, and I cannot wait to see how the very finest actors of their generation, start bringing my characters to life.”

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This isn't the first time that Bracknell has been used a filming hotspot.

Camera crews were reportedly spotted outside the old council building, Easthampstead House in November 2019 filming for Disney's new Cruella movie.

One person who works inside the building said: "I work in the building.

“Disney are filming the live action Cruella film in the reception for the next month."

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A couple of weeks ago, residents reportedly spotted 'film location' signs at Swinley Forest, near the back of the Look Out Centre in Bracknell.

Silver screen blockbuster series Harry Potter has featured Bracknell Forest twice before.

Crews also returned years later to get footage of Swinley Forest for scenes in the Deathly Hallows part one.