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Crookham Court Manor, Berkshire - June 2013

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Where is this? I would like to go shoot a short film here?

Sorry mate. Although we are very accommodating here at OS we are not a location service for film makers.

And tbh. If you can find the place using Google and the title of this report then there's not much hope really

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whilst a friendly forum I cant help but notice you

Not having a understanding of what the forum is about Not reading the guide lines or keeping within them within your first three posts

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New to this site.

I'm pretty local to this location, a friend and I decided to go and try and explore on one of our random adventures the other week. We tried to get to it but only got to a gate that said something about security and cctv. We tried another entrance to the site which also had a sign saying No Trespassing. Never really done "Urbexing" before so we thought we had better not risk it. But it seems like a few people have managed to get in without any bother? Is their actual security or just suspicious/protective neighbors?

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Hi and welcome to the Forum it is quite a nice location.

One thing we cannot do in the public areas of the forum is openly discuss security arrangement of individual locations as could be used for thieves etc.

This aspect can only be discussed via Pm

It takes time to get into the swing of things.

Bare in mind you are committing civil trespass and not a criminal offence.

Most locations will have signage declaring security and cctv etc etc .

Take ur time say Hi and get to know people we are a friendly forum and will find are helpful too.

Its just a matter of building trust

http://www.oblivionstate.com/forum/forumdisplay.php/32-Just-take-a-moment-amp-say-Hi

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