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[Cattle for Shipment at Derby]
This short film entitled: "Cattle for shipment at Derby" shows a heard of Cattle being led from a field down a rural track road, to a large shipment container or railway carriage (next to a railway line?) at a farmstead in Derby. Following an intertitle: "On the 'Centaur", the final sequence shows a couple boarding a ship, followed by a brief shot of the couple on deck smoking cigarettes.
[Conference; Trip to Clothing Factory; Dunford Shop]
This film shows a business trip to a conference in Buxton, followed by a visit to a clothing factory "James Stewart and Son Ltd. Clothiers" with seamstresses working at benches and using steam presses. The next sequence shows a compilation that includes a steam train entering Brighton station, two men playing golf; snowy scenes of Brighton [near St. Peters Church]; the family shop in Brighton with the family posing as mannequins standing in the window.
[Family trips around the UK]
|Date||1951 - 1953||ID||5685|
This film contains domestic scenes of the Dickins family home as well as footage of trips to various destinations in the United Kingdom.
[Pathé News Ockenden Venture] Suffer the Little Children
|Date||25 December 1958||ID||7054|
A film profiling Ockenden Venture and its founder Joyce Pearce at Christmas 1958.
[In Every Season: Spring; Babies; Sunday School Seaside Outing Bexhill; Whipsnade Zoo; Weddings; Senior Outing; Winter]
|Date||1958 - 1962; 8 September 1962||ID||9164|
This extended intertitled film shows: outings to several public gardens and woodlands; several group portraits of families with babies; a Primary School outing; a trip to the rural valley of Dovedale and Ilam; a visit to Chatsworth House; Sunday School outings to Littlehampton and Bexhill-on-Sea; a compilation of wedding groups outside churches; and a set of Senior group outings to Littlehampton, Amberley, and Arundel. The final sequence includes a firework and Bonfire party in Crawley.
[Grant Brothers Staff Outings]
A series of Grant Bros. outings to Sheffield Park, East Sussex and several retirement homes for staff that includes Beechwood in Faygate, a site in Horsham (?) and Cottage Homes in Mill Hill, North West London.
The Peak District 1968
This film shows a holiday to the Peak District stopping at several places of interest along the way including St Michael's Manor Hotel, St Albans, the 'Royal Crown Derby China' factory workshops in Derby, Charles Cotton Hotel in the rural village of Harlington near Buxton, and the Chatsworth House estate near Bakewell.
The Peak National Park
A documentary on the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire made by an 11 year old boy. The film includes scenes of sheep, rock formations, rambling, horse riding, Blue John cavern, Treak Cliff cavern and Mam Tor.
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