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[King's Mead School Sports, Outings and Recreational Activities; Army Artillery Display; Royal Navy Fleet]
|Date||[ca. 1928 - 1930]||ID||2955|
A compilation of amateur material showing the pupils of King's Mead Preparatory School engaged in a variety of recreational activities, and a flotilla of Royal Navy ships.
Cine shots of 1936
A film depicting various scenes in East Sussex. It includes families having fun beside the sea and boats coming into Newhaven Harbour
[Ladycross Sports; Family Fun; Boating; Newhaven]
This film is a compilation in four parts featuring the sporting activities of the pupils of Ladycross school; various scenes of the family at leisure both in the garden and at the seaside; a boating trip at Isfield; and fishing at the harbour in Newhaven.
Do You Know Your Sussex
This film takes the viewer on a brief tour of Sussex towns, villages and places of interest, inviting us to guess the identity of each location as it appears in the film. The answer is revealed with an inter title after each place featured. The film was made by Mr Phil Ellis, a member of the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers.
This colour film follows a large steam ship or ferry coming into dock at Newhaven. This is followed by views of the Hope Inn public house near West Beach, with cars and people outside the pub. On the water at Newhaven several boats, a yacht and pleasure craft pass by, with views of the harbour, including a train engine marked '6241'.
Here and There Round Britain's Coasts
Various scenes filmed around Britain's coast, including Brixham, Land's End, Aberlyn, the Severn Bore, the Clyde ferry, "Northwards beyond Glencoe", Fort Augustus, the Forth Bridge and Newhaven. Scenes of sailing dinghies, boats at sea, fishermen at work, countryside and mountain views, car ferries, a steamboat, fishermen unloading their catch and repairing nets.
Summer Holiday at Seaford in 1958
A family trip to Seaford. They play on the beach and take a trip to the Seven Sisters cliffs.
[Sports Day; Essex; Newhaven Harbour; Heathfield; Farnborough Airshow]
A home movie featuring activities of the Murray family in the late 1950s. The family are seen on visits to Essex and Heathfield, East Sussex as well as the Farnborough airshow. They are also seen briefly on the quayside at Newhaven Harbour.
[Babies and Outings]
Colour and black and white footage of seaside outings and train rides and a trip to the zoo, filmed and compiled by Mr. Lambert in the 1960s.
[Family Pictures; Seaside Outings; Veteran Car Rally]
A compilation of home movie material which includes footage of outings to the beach, a holiday in Scotland, and the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run.
[Rural Scenes; Outings; Holidays; Bluebell Railway; Eastbourne Trams; Rough Sea at Seaford]
|Date||1960 - 1962||ID||4154|
A compilation of home movie material which includes footage of hunting with hounds, family outings to beaches, and holidays to the Westcountry.
Family Album 1961 - 1965
|Date||1961 - 1965||ID||362|
Footage of a family at home and on outings over the year. Includes scenes by the sea during summer and sledging in winter. There is also footage of a school sports day.
A Visit to our South Coast Resorts
This amateur film documents towns and villages along the coast of East and West Sussex. Starting in Eastbourne, the film-maker records typical seaside and harbour scenes, travelling westwards along the coast. The film concludes at Bognor Regis.
[Ships in Port; Airport; Family Scenes; Veteran Cars; Weddings; Winter Scenes]
|Date||1962 - 1965||ID||4159|
A compliation of scenes filmed at Newhaven Harbour, two winter weddings and the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run scenes, filmed by Harry Colley in the 1960s.
[School Sports Day; Shoreham Beach; Newhaven]
This film shows a series of scenes from a Sports Day event with the children running foot and sack races and playing tug-of-war on the Brighton College playing field, watched by friends and family (also on TID:5356). The second film shows the family sitting on Shoreham-by-Sea beach posing for photographs, closing with the family at Newhaven Harbour and a ferry leaving the port with passengers.
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