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A family film by Francis Williams, focusing on his toddler son, as well as domestic scenes, family members at the beach and the family diving at an outdoor Lido pool at Rottingdean.
[Women and Clothing]
This film contains shots of three women and an older man as they pose for the camera; focusing on their clothing. The women wear several different dresses and one models a woollen one-piece bathing suit. A woman sits for a series of formal portraits. The second part shows a ladies 'keep fit' exercise or Physical Training demonstration on Rottingdean village green.
[Children at Seaford]
This film contains scenes of the Williams family children walking and playing with their parents on the South Downs and at the Salts' play area and beach in Seaford.
[Children on Roof at Saltdean]
Made during the Second World War, this amateur film shows members of the Williams family using a ladder to climb onto the roof of their house in Saltdean. The children are seen playing on the roof with their dog. Shots also show soldiers parading on the A259 followed by several army tanks and military vehicles in Rottingdean.
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.
[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.
[Filming "Ban the Bomb"]
Members of the Brighton Cine Club are seen filming "Ban the Bomb" in May 1964 on Saltdean Beach, by Mr. Harrison, one of the club's members.
BBC Radio Brighton
|Date||[1967 - 1968?]||ID||3539|
An amateur film which charts the early days of BBC Radio Brighton. The film includes scenes of the offices being converted, the station manager touring the region, and recordings on location. The station's first transmission officially began on the 14th February 1968, though it made unscheduled broadcasts in December 1967 to cover local severe snowstorms.
We Don’t Do These Things Every Day
This is a compilation of: a domestic family film; a short travelogue film of the Stefan Batory ship in Tilbury Dockyard; the seaside resorts of Torquay and Brighton in late summer; and a winter wedding at St Peter's Church in Ditton.
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