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|Date||1948 - 1949||ID||2412|
A compilation of home movie material with intertitles which includes footage of two point-to-point meetings, a growing toddler playing on the beach and in the garden, and the 1949 London to Brighton Veteran Car Run.
Brian & Hazel's Wedding Oct 8th 1949
|Date||8 October 1949||ID||2409|
An amateur record of a post-war wedding. The bride and groom are filmed leaving the church and entertaining their guests at a reception in a domestic garden. After the cutting of the cake and the speeches, the newlyweds are showered with confetti as they depart on their honeymoon.
[Horses & Football]
|Date||[ca. 1949 - 1950]||ID||2413|
This amateur footage shows a horse and her foal in a paddock. This is followed by scenes from Point to Point races and other horse jumping footage, where the riders compete over a set of challenging jumps.
Resmat Cold Asphalt; A Film of the Manufacture and Laying of This Product
An amateur film with intertitles which records work being undertaken by the William F. Rees civil engineering company. Footage includes images of the asphalt production depot in Chelsea, the plant depot in Coulsdon, the resurfacing of Goodwood Race Track using both men and machinery.
This colour amateur film, made by a member of Haywards Heath & District Amateur Cine Society, captures the changing face of the agricultural landscape over the course of ten months.
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.
[Resmat Cold Asphalt: Road Surfacing by the William F. Rees Civil Engineering Company]
|Date||1953 - 1954||ID||2404|
This amateur film with intertitles records the work of the William F. Rees civil engineering company during 1953 and 1954. An Ammann Spreader resurfaces the pathways of Bishop's Park, Fulham; the depot at Chelsea produces asphalt; the company experiments with a new resurfacing technique at the depot; and a D2 Traxcavator works in the residential streets of Banstead.
Afloat on the Thames
Two couples enjoy a motor boating holiday along the River Thames, passing through several locks, stopping at riverside pubs and towns, fishing off the side of the boat, cooking and cleaning, and observing the serene river lifestyle. The film's main cameraman was a member of Haywards Heath & District Amateur Cine Society.
A member of Haywards Heath Cine Society films the two-man crabber teams at work off the Cornish coast at Coverack. Their hauls of shellfish are purchased by the Newlyn-based 'W. Harvey & Sons Shellfish Merchants', and are deshelled by female workers.
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