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Steps film their video for A Hundred Years of Winter at Lullingstone Castle in Kent

Pop band Steps filmed their video for their Christmas single in Kent.

The video for A Hundred Years of Winter - taken from the band's second album in two years, What the Future Holds Pt. 2 - features numerous scenes filmed at Lullingstone Castle at Eynsford near Dartford.

The band - Ian 'H' Watkins, Claire Richards, Faye Tozer, Lisa Scott-Lee and Lee Latchford-Evans - unveiled the video as the single, written by Savage Garden star Darren Hayes, was released.

It features scenes with the castle as a backdrop, aerial shots of the site, which is the home of the World Garden, created by Tom Hart Dyke, and scenes looking out over the lake.

Film crews headed to Eynsford on location back in September and spent a whole day filming at the castle and garden.

A spokesman for the castle said: "We are so delighted and it was great to host Steps back in September."

Lullingstone Castle Picture: Alan Graham
Lullingstone Castle Picture: Alan Graham

The group, who formed in 1997, have had 14 UK Top 10 singles including Tragedy and Stomp, and celebrate their 25th anniversary next year.

Lullingstone Castle has closed to visitors for the winter and reopens on April 1, 2022.

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