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Fire in Their Eyes
|Date||[ca. 1937]; 1968; [ca. 1978]||ID||3106|
Archive footage of the Haywards Heath Fire Brigade just prior to the Second World War is followed by images of vintage fire engines and of fire service demonstrations at Expo Sussex '68; an Open Day at Haywards Heath Fire Station in the 1970s; local fires; and the International Fire Training Centre in Gloucestershire.
[Eastbourne; Domestic Garden; Cotswolds; Wedding Scenes]
|Date||; [ca.1938 - 1939 ?]||ID||5437|
This family film includes the seafront at Eastbourne, a visit to Bibury, and a boat ride on the River Coln. The film ends with a series of family portraits of men in RAF and US Army uniforms and scenes at a wedding.
Wellingtons and Spitfires on Active Service
This shows a crew making ready several Vickers Wellington Mk II aircraft from 104 Squadron at RAF Driffield (?), loading bombs and shells into the bays and moving armaments on low level trailers. The second film features RAF Fighter Command 501 Squadron equipped with Spitfire V aircraft leaving an airfield, in flight and mixed close ups of the squad on the ground next to a Spitfire V aircraft.
This edited colour and black and white film shows the Giles' family in Surrey and on outings to West Sussex during the late 1940s. The film also includes races at Goodwood; the Olympic torch passing through Surrey; and the unveiling of a memorial gate at Prescott House (Bugatti Owners Club) designed by a member of the Giles family.
[Tour of River Valleys]
Constance and Kenneth Woolsey on trips to see friends and relatives in Wales, Henley, Sussex and an agricultural show, where the Queen and Prince Philip are in attendance.
Gowlland Film [Film Diary For 1950]
Film of the Gowlland family in 1950 at home and on outings to Fairlight Cove, London, Cambridge and Gloucestershire. The family also attend a wedding, and celebrate Christmas at home.
A compilation of amateur material shot by a member of Haywards Heath Cine & Video Society. The film begins with a sequence dedicated to pub exteriors and their signs. The film-maker and his wife visit Gloucester Cathedral and the model village at Bourton-on-the-Water before sunbathing on the beach at Beer, watching the fishing boats coming in.
This film shows the family on several caravanning holidays in the UK; a visit to London to watch the Trooping of the Colour; the inspection of the guard of honour at Guildhall; a boating event at Henley and watching a group of army cadets on parade and at a Physical Training display in a playing field. This film is intertitled throughout.
[Family Compilation: Swimming Pool; Morris Dancing; Christening; Princess Margaret at Cheltenham Race Course; Hilary Cottage]
|Date||[1960? - 1965?]||ID||7407|
Lewis family footage, taken during the early 1960s at their home in Hampton, swimming, at a family christening and military inspection. Includes footage of Princess Margaret in military uniform, and a morris dance performance in Hampton.
This edited film shows a journey between Bexhill-on-Sea and several English counties that includes Salisbury in Wiltshire, Bristol and Taunton in Somerset, Cheltenham Spa in Gloucestershire, and Reading. Views from the vehicle includes various churches and town street scenes, as well as views of other road traffic, transportation vehicles and fire engines. Shots mainly between two cars travelling in convoy. A map illustrates the journey between the counties.
[Visit to Bristol and Clifton]
An amateur film documenting a visit to Clifton, featuring the Clifton suspension bridge and various shots of the city's architecture.
This film shows the Giles family on holiday in Cornwall, Gloucestershire and on holiday in Malta. The family also attend a Bugatti race day at Lyddon Hill Race Circuit with a vintage chassis vehicle and a horse riding event.
[Horses of the Year; races; hunt; show]
|Date||17 April 1971; 10 - 13 August 1972; 3 September 1972||ID||2292|
This amateur film includes a number of horse events in various rural locations, mainly within the South East of England. Scenes from a point-to-point race, horse trials and a ploughing match are all featured. The film is intersected with intertitles to show when and where the event took place.
Sunnymede 1976-77 
This film shows the family and pets at their home 'Sunnymede' in Chobham, Surrey; and attending a Bugatti Owners Club event at Prescott Hill, Gloucestershire.
Every Day’s a Holiday
An edited and titled film showing visits to various locations around England, and to Calais in France. Including scenes at Allington, Rye, Dover, Kingsnorth, Brighton, the Malvern Hills, Windsor and Eton. With views of historical sites such as Allington Castle, the Landgate at Rye, The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, the Town Hall in Calais, Hidcote Manor and Gardens, Woburn Abbey and Windsor Castle.
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