|Title ID||6219||Collection ID||868|
|Theme||Leisure Seaside Case Study Jewish Stories|
|Keywords||Beaches Camping Dance Farming Labour Leisure Time Activities Railways Youth Organizations|
|Format||9.5mm Black & White Silent|
|Duration||10 min. 39 sec.|
|Copyright & Access||Copyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details|
Lewis Rosenberg's film shows a group of adults and around a dozen young girls at a campsite in Cornwall. The film captures relaxed moments at the camp; surfers bodyboarding; and rural farming scenes.
At a campsite in Holywell Bay, Cornwall, a group of men and women are seen dancing to records playing on a gramaphone. A group of young girls are also at the campsite. On the beach, the adults have refreshments and do exercises. A group of young girls in uniform make a human pyramid and play sports games.
Various scenes including an elderly couple kissing and a family portrait are followed by views of Newquay harbour. At the beach several surfers use bodyboards to ride the waves and the beach is filmed at sunset.
A small group of adults go for a walk and pick or tend to vegetables on a farm. A farmer walks alongside horse drawn farm equipment, harvesting crops. Scenes of the camp site at sunset are followed by the campsite equipment being packed up. A line-up of gathered hotel staff smile as the camera pans across the row. Travelling shots are filmed from the back of a motor vehicle and from a moving train.