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[Hop Farm Visit]
A portrait, in colour and black and white, of a brewery business visit to a hop farm, including rural scenes of workers, and Gypsy women and children. The film closes with colour views of workers harvesting the crop.
[Holiday in Holland]
This black and white holiday film follows the Hinchliff family on holiday in the Netherlands. The family visit central Amsterdam, Bloemendaal and surrounding rural areas taking in the sights.
[County Rally; Camps; Inspections]
|Date||24 - 26 May 1947||ID||9917|
This colour film opens with a Sussex County Scouting Rally at Whitsun with Lord Rowallan inspecting the sites with County Commissioner Colonel Hickie, and Field Commander for Sussex 'Uncle Bill' Genese. Views of the event include several parades, presentations, displays and performing arts demonstrations on the field in front of Stanmer House.
A short amateur film, shot in colour by the Sadler family's Australian cousin, Tony Gaze, in Melbourne, Australia. The film features a group of youngsters in military uniforms, and various short family scenes and portraits.
Holidays in Switzerland
On a drive to Switzerland, this film records visits to French towns before a tour of the ports and villages around Lausanne, Lake Geneva and the Rhône Valley. A visit to the Great St Bernard Pass in the Alps is followed by stays in Lucerne and Zurich.
[Bedales School; Wycombe Abbey School; Marlow Town]
|Date||[ca. 1948 - 1958]||ID||8618|
This edited colour and black and white film shows the Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Hampshire countryside following the River Thames. The film includes exterior shots of the grounds and buildings of two independent day and boarding Schools - Bedales School, Hampshire and Wycombe Abbey School, Buckinghamshire and displays by some of the students.
[At the seaside: Outing to Cambridge]
|Date||1949 - 1950||ID||391|
Woolsey family scenes at home in the garden of their house in Shirley, near Croydon, in Surrey, while visiting friends in Cambridge, and on holiday to St. Mary's Bay, near Dymchurch, in Kent, at the beach and miniature railway, across the years 1949 and 1950.
[B.P.C. Outing; Picnic]
|Date||28 June 1950||ID||1444|
This film records the British Phosphate Commissioners' Annual Picnic in 1950.
Do You Know Your Sussex
This film takes the viewer on a brief tour of Sussex towns, villages and places of interest, inviting us to guess the identity of each location as it appears in the film. The answer is revealed with an inter title after each place featured. The film was made by Mr Phil Ellis, a member of the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers.
[Narrow Gauge Railway; Christening; Eastbourne Beach; Children]
Footage taken by Frank Creasy, of family members, including two young children, at Eastbourne Beach, christening, holiday and at home, during the 1950s.
Blakeney [Norfolk] 1950
This film follows the Corder Family on holiday in Blakeney, Norfolk and surrounding towns in the early 1950s. The family visit a church in Walsingham, Norfolk and explore the countryside.
Various Trains and Planes
This silent colour film opens with various scenes from RAF Manston, followed by industrial heavy plant machinery being moved through rural countryside. This is followed by scenes of the Leas Cliff railway, Folkestone; views from and inside the signal box at Canterbury West Station and the interior workings of the Signal Box at Sturry.
[Outing to Windsor Castle. Seaside Scenes. London Visit. Brighton Seafront. Holiday in Blackpool]
Family holiday scenes to Brighon, London and Blackpool, where major monuments and tourist attractions are visited, and some domestic garden scenes, filmed by an unknown photographer.
[Boat Trip on the Thames]
The film documents a boat trip down the Thames River in 1952.
[Holiday in California]
On a trip to the North American state of California, Voss takes in the sights of the city of San Francisco, including the Golden Gate Bridge and The Park, before a visit to the National Park at Yosemite Valley.
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