LETTERS have been sent to residents in Anglesey and Gwynedd about plans to film House of the Dragon in the two counties.

Cross Plains Productions sent out letters to residents to notify them of plans to film the series in several locations between June 12 and July 12.

According to the proposals, filming will take place in Anglesey, Trefor Quarry, Dinorwig Quarry and elsewhere in Snowdonia.

This is being done under the guise of a ‘Red Gun’ production, which is believed to be what House of the Dragon is being referred to as, in an apparent attempt to reduce hype.

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The filming schedule states a preparation phase will last from June 12-July 4, followed by filming from July 5-6, and the removal of set pieces from July 7-12.

Filming crews were reportedly spotted on Anglesey in the last few months, and a marquee was erected at Penmon, with a team seen working at the site.

This come after Warner Bros Discovery, owners of HBO, announced “exciting and rare” job opportunities in the region for a three-month project, including extras roles.

The HBO series is set hundreds of years before the events of Game of Thrones, and focuses on the reign of House Targaryen.

Season two is not expected to debut until 2024.