Filmed over 24 hours on 18 May 2010, this 80-minute film gives a unique insight into the workings of a market town. The cast is the people of Saffron Walden as toddlers, school children, teenagers, commuters, stall holders, retailers, professionals, volunteers, singers, musicians, artists, gardeners, competitors, learners, reporters, manufacturers, employees, managers, educators, divers, skaters and keep fitters. The film crews, editor, producer and musicians all come from the Saffron Walden area.
The producers thank the people of Saffron Walden and the following organisations (in order of appearance): Essex Police, Walden Dairy, Fisher and Woods, Glovers Newspapers, Market Traders, Harts, Saffron Walden Laundry, Dorringtons, National Express, Saffron Walden County High School, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, T Reed & Son, Friends’ School, Royal Mail, Chaps Barbers, Saffron Walden Library, Trade-In-Post Collectors Centre, Bites, Katherine Semar Infant School, Gray Palmer, Country Fair, Saffron Walden Community Hospital, League of Friends, Katherine Semar Junior School, Saffron Walden Town Council, Tourist Information Centre, Support 4 Sight, The Kings Arms, Walden Buskers, Saffron Walden Reporter, Saffron Walden Motors, St Mary’s Tinies, Pedley Furniture International, The Old English Gentleman, Bridge End Gardens, Fry Art Gallery, Saffron Walden Golf Club, University of the Third Age Art Class, Windmill Hill Allotments, Dame Bradbury’s School, Saffron Walden Town Bowls Club, Saffron Walden Museum, One Minet Skateboard Park, Riverslade Gallery, Grove Tennis Club, Essex County Fire & Rescue Service, St John Ambulance, Lord Butler Fitness & Leisure Centre, The Croft Youth Centre, Saffron Striders, Saffron Seals, Walden Ensemble, Saffron Walden Diving Club, Saffron Walden Society of Change Ringers, Pink Floyd Dimension, The Mogul, Duke of York.
Production Assistants: Jenny Gibsone, Dani Maley Photography: Lindsey Dillon, David Gibsone, James Johnson, Simon Ogle, Peter Riding, Michael Rowland & Jonny Snelling Editor: David Gibsone Producer: Peter Riding
NOTE: The film was shot on the UK PAL format which should be playable in these countries