Sunday, August 28, 2005

Rosslyn gets police guard for filming

A police guard has been ordered for Rosslyn Chapel amid fears that religious protests could disrupt filming of Dan Brown's best-selling book The Da Vinci Code. Filming will begin at the 15th-century chapel, six miles south of Edinburgh, at the end of next month. But following protests at earlier shoots at Lincoln Cathedral, the production company contacted the police to try to avoid any disturbance during the four days of filming. Last night a spokesman for Lothian and Borders police said: "As a result of the filming at Rosslyn Chapel we've been in discussions with the production company and we've agreed that there will be a police presence during filming at Rosslyn as a precaution." [More]


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