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[Children; Gardens; Day Out]
This edited family film shows the Ridgway family at home and visiting friends and relatives. The family film several group outings and trips ,including a visit to a river lock (Laleham), a picnic on a beach and the children playing with their toys in several gardens.
A River Runs Through Our Town
An extensive portrait of everyday life in the town and harbour of Shoreham-by-Sea. The spoken narrative describes each scene in detail.
A lengthy amateur film which records events in Shoreham-by-Sea during 1962. The film, which was made by the founder of the Shoreham Cine and Miniature Camera Club, has an accompanying soundtrack comprising commentary, music and sound effects. It also contains newspaper headlines from the Shoreham Herald, and a sequence showing the work of the local paper.
[Sports and Activities]
A group of young people take part in a variety of activities including: water skiing; a tug of war match; flying a light aircraft, after which the group of young people pose for the camera; driving a car around a field; rock climbing; camping and sailing. The film ends with scenes of a lifeboat launch at Shoreham harbour
Road Safety Rally
This amateur film, produced by Shoreham Cine Club features a Road Safety and Economy Run organised by the Sussex Car Club on the 29th April 1962. The film opens with a man at home preparing to take part in the rally. The main part of the film features the rally itself, including officials testing drivers en route. The film ends with shots of the presentation at the finish line and the man returning home in his car after the rally.
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.
[Family Scenes; Hike and Outing; Wedding]
|Date||1962 - 1963||ID||4132|
An amateur silent film which features a number of events, outings and scenes of everyday life connected with the Osborne family. The film also includes some street scenes in Brighton and Hove.
[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.
Let Her Go
An amateur film-maker records the naming ceremony of Shoreham-by-Sea's new lifeboat RNLB Dorothy and Philip Constant on 18th July 1963.
[Chichester Air Training Corps; gliding and flights; Girl Guides]
This amateur film captures the Chichester Air Training Corps and aviation related scenes in West Sussex. Cadets gather in Chichester for the Sussex Wing Parade and are seen on camp at Duncton. The film includes shots of aeroplanes at Shoreham Airport and Goodwood as well as Girl Guides swimming in the closing section of the film.
[Seaside; At Brighton]
Footage of Brighton seafront seen from the Palace Pier, and views of Shoreham Harbour and Hove Boating Lake, taken by Mr. Harrison in around 1963, before Brighton Marina was built.
[Rolling Hills; Car Drive]
Scenes filmed on the South Downs, Cuckmere Have, Hove and Shoreham Harbour by Mr. Harrison in May 1963.
[August Bank Holiday; Shoreham Fair]
A brief family film taken on a trip to the fairground. The film-maker, Mr Dudkin, focusses on his family as they go on the swing and carousel rides. Two young girls in red dresses play on slides and walk hand in hand with their mother and an older woman. The girls also walk hand in hand with a man [Mr Dudkin?]. The older of the two girls goes on a pony ride.
[Sheffield Park Gardens; Brighton Carnival]
|Date||[ca. 1965]; 1969||ID||3781|
This amateur film opens with shots of a visit to Sheffield Park Gardens near Haywards Heath; two women are seen wandering around the gardens and admiring the plants. The second part of the film features the Brighton Carnival and a procession of floats as it passes along Grand Avenue in Hove.
A compilation of scenes, taken by Michael Gillings, in and around Brighton. The Guinness Clock, Volks Railway, Lyons Carnival, night time illuminations and 'Miss Brighton' contest entertain visitors to the seafront, while others walk around the Willow Pattern Garden at Preston park, Shoreham Harbour and the miniature railway at Hove Park.
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