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[The Seasons at Otford]
In this film, Mr. Newman documents a year in Otford, filming the countryside around Otford, as the seasons change over the year.
[Lancing Family Scenes]
This film shows a couple, mainly in their garden. The film starts with a woman feeding some cows. In a garden there are flowers, a garden pond with fish, a couple looking at the pond, a woman smelling roses, two women playing with a dog, a man painting a garden arbour and a woman watering plants with a hose.
[Family in garden; the “Old Lodge”]
The film opens on the sign for the "Old Lodge", a gabled house in a leafy street. A small child and her parents sit in the garden. The girl plays on a rocking horse, before a basin is filled with water for her to play in. Her father takes a trug and a book to another part of the garden and checks his plants. The girl and the mother play with dolls before the girl looks on as her mother makes tea.
[Family Scenes; Gardening]
|Date||1959 - 1961||ID||983|
A home movie featuring a domestic garden belonging to Mr and Mrs Robbins. The film captures the garden and the work to maintain it through the changing seasons, including the floods of 1960. Other family scenes include the wedding of their daughter and teaching their grandchild how to walk.
[Back Garden Games]
This film shows a family group playing in a domestic garden, with a toddler digging at the soil with a trowel, playing with a ball and two older children in a grey school uniform playing a dancing game together and with a trike. The family also go for a walk in the countryside, visit a playground, attend a South Bersted Cricket match and [not included in online clip] a christening (very dark).
Wedding; Family at home and on holiday
An amateur home movie featuring a compilation of scenes documenting family life. Everyday activities are captured on film, as well as scenes from a wedding, christening and a family holiday.
[Family Cat and Garden]
Playful family scenes in Les Parfitt's father's garden in Hove, focusing on the family cat and Mr. Parfitt hard at work on weeding flower beds.
[Family Album II: Children; Visits to Friends; Christmas; Sick Room; Spring; Parade; Paddling]
|Date||1960 - 1961||ID||8009|
Scenes of Lambert family visits, Christmas celebrations and everyday life in the early 1960s.
['Little Old Hay' Brenchley - No. 1]
|Date||1961 - 1962||ID||986|
A home movie featuring the renovation and improvement of a new home - 'Little Old Hay' at Brenchley in Kent. Members of the Robbins family work together to build a new greenhouse, make repairs to the cottage and landscape the garden.
Miss Margaret Hazelden films pupils at The Warren School. She was Head Matron from 1960 to 1966, when the school closed.
The Brickell children play in the front garden at their Glynde home with their mother and father in 1962, followed by scenes of a large road being built over a wide river (?) and the driveway or road to a rural house.
[Toddler in Garden]
In home movie footage shot by Mr. Harrison, his grandchild plays with her grandmother and great-grandmother in their Hollingbury garden.
Those Girls from Rochester
This film features a family group making several visits to Rochester, Leigh-on-Sea and Aylesford, England.
[Rossbar and Family]
|Date||1964 - 1971||ID||1439|
This film depicts Rosalind Foster's family growing, as three children are born, christened, play in the garden in summer and celebrate Christmas. The film also features a family holiday on the coast.
Family scenes, filmed by Michael Gillings, in West Sussex. Family members picnic on the Downs, gather for a cricket match in Edburton and have a water fight in the garden.
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