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[Sandhurst Ceremony of the Queen's Medal]
This film shows a family outing to the RAF Manston museum; the family's camping holiday in Folkestone with a visit to the Leas Cliff funicular railway; and the Soverign's Parade at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, with the award of the Queen's Medal by HRH Princess Margaret to Andrew Ridgway.
Re-opening of Tenterden market
A short news item featuring the re-opening of Tenterden market. Following a brief shot of the town centre and St. Mildred's Church, the mayor conducts the opening ceremony and cuts a ribbon. The mayor and other invited guests, including Lady Nunburnholme, then go on a walkabout of the market.
Opening of the new hostel of the Wimbledon Young Men’s Christian Association
This short amateur film shows the opening of the new YMCA hostel at Wimbledon.HRH Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother attends the opening ceremony and is seen being greeted by the mayoress; a large crowd gathers on the pavement outside to witness the event.
[Opening of the Claygate School Swimming Pool]
|Date||14 June 1975||ID||1652|
The official opening of Claygate school swimming pool is captured in this short amateur film. The mayor is in attendance as the plaque is unveiled next to the outdoor pool; speeches are made and the children are seen taking part in a swimming competition; awards are presented.
[British Legion Day]
Members of the Plaistow and District Royal British Legion mark the occasion of the dedication of a new Standard.
[Philip & Patricia’s Wedding]
|Date||2 October 1976||ID||677|
A film recording the wedding of Philip and Patricia at St. Peter's Church, West Blatchington, Hove, followed by scenes from the reception, and shots of the wedding presents and cards.
[Patcham House Special School: International Spastics Games in Southern France]
The headmaster of Patcham House Special School in East Sussex films two of his pupils as they compete at the 'International Spastics Games' in Southern France, one of whom is seen being awarded a silver medal. The film also includes brief scenes from a school holiday to the Isles of Scilly.
An amateur film featuring events in London, Hythe and Folkestone celebrating the Queen's Silver Jubilee in 1977. The film also includes scenes recorded directly from television of the Royal Family and The Queen's coronation, and has music soundtracks and intertitles throughout.
Herne Bay Pier. Prince Charles visit to Westgate in Canterbury
The day after a storm leaves Herne Bay pier badly damaged on 11th January 1978. A visit to Canterbury by Prince Charles on 9th November 1978. Home movie footage of a christening and scenes of a Clague family member's house and garden.
[Family scenes; rag and bone man J Mitchell]
|Date||1979 - 1984||ID||213|
This home movie includes footage of a number of events in the life of the Wilson family. The film opens with a graduation, and concludes with a wedding at Lewes Register Office at Southover Grange. Part of the film captures a rag and bone man, J Mitchell, with his horse and cart in Brighton.
The Story of Shorncliffe Military Cemetery
|Date||1980; [1986?]; [1989?]||ID||871|
This amateur film with music and commentary recounts the histories of the Shorncliffe Military Camp and Cemetery, recording in detail the gravestones which pepper the hillside overlooking the coastline.
Beefeaters herald the arrival of HM The Queen Elizabeth II on her visit to Chichester Cathedral, where during the service, she will distribute the Royal Maundy Money. The film by Chichester Film & Video Makers has a spoken commentary with facts and details about the events.
A professionally made film promoting the work of the Pestalozzi US Children's Charity and the Pestalozzi Overseas Children's Trust. The work of the charities are discussed by two Pestalozzi workers, accompanied by footage of Pestalozzi villages in Africa and Asia.
This documentary, produced for the National Geographic Channel, features the work of the Pestalozzi International Village Trust at Sedlescombe in East Sussex. Using a mixture of interviews with students, both past and present, and footage of the village life, the film explores the aims and impact of Pestalozzi in the UK and around the world.
Opening Energy Laboratory at Pestalozzi
|Date||19 March 2004||ID||8255|
A BBC South East Today news item about the opening of an energy laboratory at the Pestalozzi village, Sedlescombe. Explorer, Ray Mears officially opens the lab, whilst reporter Ian Palmer talks about the purpose of the energy lab in promoting sustainable living. Ray Mears is also seen demonstrating bushcraft techniques to the Pestalozzi children.
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