ITV drama series to be filmed in High Peak

Parts of a new series of award-winning ITV crime drama Unforgotten will be filmed in Buxton in the coming days.

The programme follows two detectives, DCI Cassie Stuart (played by Nicola Walker) and DI Sunny Khan (played by Sanjeev Bhaskar), as they solve cold cases of disappearance and murder. 

It first appeared on our screens in October 2015 and the fourth series is due to be aired later this year. 

Producers say the six-part series will feature a family living in the Peak District and open with the discovery of a dismembered body in a scrap metal yard. 

Filming will take place in Buxton and Castleton, but exact locations of sets haven't been revealed to avoid spoilers. 

High Peak Borough Council released the following details of locations affected by filming from Friday 31 January: 


Sylvan coach park - closed overnight on January 31
Market Street Car park - closed on February 1 and 2
Market Place - six signed bays will be out of use on February 2
Slopes Carpark - nineteen bays out of use on February 2
Terrace Road near Buxton Museum - no restrictions all day on February 2
Concert Place near Jo Royle Outdoor - no restrictions from 11am on February 1 and all day on February 2


Castleton Car park - only 20 bays available from February 2 at 7pm until February 6 at 7pm
Two-way temporary traffic lights on Pindale Road between February 3 and February 6

ITV commissioned series four of Unforgotten - created by Chris Lang - after the success of the third season in the summer of 2018, which peaked with 6.9 million viewers.

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