Fergus Beeley

Fergus Beeley grew up in the picturesque valley of Woodford near Salisbury. It was here that he learnt to fly fish and spent many hours on the beautiful river at the classic Elizabethan House of Heale, where King Charles II hid from Oliver Cromwell’s men in 1651.
Fergus then settled in the heart of the Cotswolds where he has lived for the past thirty years. He is well acquainted with the people, customs and traditions of life in the Cotswolds and is lucky enough to live within the private gates of Badminton House, home to the Duke and Duchess of Beaufort.
Fergus has not always been at home – he has travelled to some of the remotest corners of the planet making award-winning wildlife films with Sir David Attenborough, including famous titles for PBS, National Geographic, Discovery and the BBC such as the ‘Life Of Birds’, ‘Planet Earth – the future’ and ‘The Natural World’. www.fergusbeeley.co.uk

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