|Title ID||7238||Collection ID||876|
|Collection||B. C. Suter|
|Theme||Rural Life Leisure|
|Keywords||Buildings Exhibitions Handicrafts Interiors Leisure Time Activities Local History|
|Duration||2 min. 9 sec.|
|Copyright & Access||Copyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details|
Part of the opening sequence to Suter's documentary about the workings of Amberley Museum near Aurendel, West Sussex. The film begins with a map of the site followed by an overview of the front entrance and shop.
This section of a Suter's documentary on Amberley Museum, opens part way through his voiceover cutting to an exhibition map of the Amberley museum buildings, accompanied by music. A series of shots also show the entrance to the museum, with a list of the daily events and demonstrations; and views of the ticket office and shop; shots of the "draw-holes" on No.1 kiln with views down the kiln shafts. Suter's voice runs throughout explaining the shots taken. Similar shots of the site map without a voice over, the main entrance and shop are on 7239. [Not included in online clip in 7239]