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CASUALTY bids a sad farewell to Bristol following Cardiff relocation.


CASUALTY bid a sad farewell to Bristol today following over two decades filming in a warehouse in St Phillips.


The move comes as the show relocates to Roath Lock Studios located in the newly-named Porth Teigr area of Cardiff Bay – BBC Wales’ new drama production village which also holds Doctor Who, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Pobol Y Cwm and Upstairs Downstairs.


Whilst Holby is a fictional city, CASUALTY began in 1986 with hospital interiors being filmed in Television Centre in London with the outside shots Bristol-based. After the first series, all filming moved to Bristol where a warehouse on a trading estate CASUALTY made it’s home for the next 25 years.


Rumours began circulating about the move in 2008 and a campaign against the relocation – headed by original cast member Derek Thompson – failed to stop the plan.  The loss of CASUALTY to Bristol could cost the city £25 million according to reports. Fans now hope, with some trepidation, that the move will bring more positives to the long running show.


* Further souce – BBC Bristol News



  1. lydia ireland

    August 27, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    i will miss it being filmed in Bristol especially after such a long time but i will keep on watching it because i absolutely love the show i am a big fan.

  2. Michael Solomon

    September 1, 2011 at 9:11 pm

    I am really going to miss Casualty in Bristol. I like the Train crash and fire and explosions too

  3. Michael Solomon

    December 9, 2011 at 12:25 pm

    Its Gotta to be a fire this Christmas the move will be Next year i think long time ago its a riots put the fire in Casualty also i miss You in Bristol i hope i say good luck to all of your lot

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