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[Darts Outing: Chessington Zoo]
An amateur film showing a Burns family outing with the Royal Oak Darts club to Chessington Zoo, Surrey. The family board a green Southdown coach following a brief stop at the Southdown Buffet room, for drinks and ice cream. At the Zoo the family visit several of the animal enclosures, the playground area and ride on the Go-Karts. Scenes also show a Scottish marching band on parade and the Guinness Festival Clock (or Guinness Time Piece) in the park.
[Royal Oak Darts Club Outing to Maidenhead]
|Date||16 June 1962||ID||6422|
The Royal Oak Dart Club annual outing is featured in this amateur film from 1962. Members of the club set off from North Bersted on a coach to Maidenhead. The men are seen eating their lunch and taking a boat ride on the River Thames between Maidenhead and Reading.
[Young Wives 1962]
A short amateur silent film from 1962 featuring the Young Wives group connected to Broadwater Parish, Worthing. Mothers are seen relaxing in a garden whilst their children play.
Sunbury and its Environs; Middlesex England
The Rotary Club of Sunbury on Thames captures views of Sunbury and its its surroundings with a descriptive commentary, including river scenes, the railway, town centre buildings, suburban housing, and businesses. There are scenes along the Thames, taking in Windsor Castle and Hampton Court, and the film ends with a Rotary Club luncheon party.
[Surrey County Youth Pentacross]
The Merton & Morden Youth Cine Club record teenage boys competing in a range of sporting activities during the 1963 Surrey County Youth Pentacross. The event, organized by the Youth Service of Surrey County Council's Education Department, was for Surrey youth organizations.
A short film detailing a 'Marathon Bowling' World record attempt.
[Royal Oak Darts Outing]
|Date||[29 June 1963]||ID||6399|
A film showing the Royal Oak Darts group on an outing to Windsor via Maidenhead, by coach and boat (continues on TID: 6403 and 6410)
[Royal Oak Outing]
|Date||[29 June 1963?]||ID||6410|
A short compilation showing the men's Royal Oak pub darts group on an outing in a Southdown Coach and later a boat. The group stop for a comfort break in a rural heath land location, to drink alcohol and play a game of short cricket, before continuing on their journey through a busy town. The group later board a ferry on a river or canal watching the scenery and other water traffic. [This may be part of the trip to Windsor via Maidenhead on 6399 & 6403?]
A Matter of Convenience
A man searching for somewhere to go to the toilet thinks he has stumbled upon a crime scene on a secluded rural country lane, in this Woking Cine Club fiction production from the mid 1960s. Upon seeking help from the police, it is revealed to be a Woking Cine Club film drama, not a genuine crime.
Wheels at a Fair; TV Tealeaf; The Sorcerer's Apprentice; A Phoney Business; The Gremlins in the Washtub; [Players]; What Would Voo-Doo?; Mouse House; Vulgar Fractions; The Ten Best
This reel shows a series of ten short fiction films with comedic themes, produced by Woking Cine Club in the mid 1960s. Films include animations and camera trick narratives. The online clip features a burglar who steals a family's possessions whilst they watch the TV.
[Filming "Ban the Bomb"]
Members of the Brighton Cine Club are seen filming "Ban the Bomb" in May 1964 on Saltdean Beach, by Mr. Harrison, one of the club's members.
Mr. Harrison films a circus-themed night held by the Brighton Cine Club [?] in a pub in Brighton in around 1966.
The Compleat Angler Fishing Club of Eastbourne, with help from the Sussex River Authority, use drag nets to bring out thousands of surplus Bream that have over populated a lake, filmed by Eddie Morris with commentary in the mid-1960s.
This amateur compilation of edited colour and black and white films as created by the Haywards Heath Cine & Video Society, demonstrates a series of filming techniques and narratives by the group made between 1964 and 1972.
This film by Eastbourne Cine Club members shows scenes of the 1964 Eastbourne Carnival parade. Several floats include local businesses and trades people, as well as clubs and groups of marching bands with service men and women.
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