Detail

Title ID 4Collection ID579
TitleKent: The Weald and the Marsh
Date1983
Genre/TypeProfessionalCorporateNon-fictionPromotional/Publicity
ThemeRural Life
KeywordsFarming Landscape Religious Buildings Rivers Rural Areas Sea Fishing Villages
Location
LocalCanterbury Biddenden Tunbridge Wells Maidstone Dungeness
RegionalKent
NationalEngland United Kingdom
Credits
ProductionRandom Films
CameraPeter Mills
DirectorPeter Mills
ProducerStephanie Tennant
Funding bodyShell UK
EditorColin Ritchie
WriterAlan Bignell
FormatColour Sound
Duration22 min. 13 sec.
Copyright & AccessCopyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details

Summary

Part of the 'Regions of Britain' series and sponsored by Shell UK, this Travelogue style film takes the viewer through the Kentish countryside including fruit orchards, hop gardens, villages, woodland, marshes and the architecture of the county. The film shows Canterbury Cathedral, Romney, Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone, the River Medway, and fishing at Dungeness.