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Fellowship of St. Nicholas Homes for Children, Christ Church, St. Leonards-on-Sea
This film depicts many of the activities being undertaken by The Fellowship of St. Nicholas, a local charity founded to counteract, "the effects of poverty, disadvantage, neglect and abuse suffered by children and young people." It is highly probable that the film was used as an awareness-raising, and hence a fundraising, tool.
In and Around Eversfield
|Date||1950 - 1951||ID||8203|
A professionally made film with intertitles by Wallace Heaton Limited featuring typical activities of patients at Eversfield Chest Hospital during the early 1950s.
Christmas at Eversfield from the patients' angle
A professionally made film by Wallace Heaton Limited featuring the patients and some of the staff at Eversfield Hospital during Christmas in 1951. The patients are seen performing 'Cinderella' and relaxing indoors; preparations are made by the staff for the Christmas dinner.
Eversfield Chest Hospital
A professionally made film with intertitles by Wallace Heaton Limited featuring outdoor activities and a reunion at Eversfield Hospital during 1951.
A professionally made film with intertitles by Wallace Heaton Limited featuring patients rehearsing for a pantomime and taking part in a concert during 1951.
Element of Grace
Amateur film-maker Ray Young, a member of Eastbourne Cine Group, films members of St. Leonards Amateur Swimming Club in 1952 as they demonstrate front crawl, butterfly, back crawl and spectacular diving techniques at St. Leonards Bathing Pool, a lido built in the 1930s by Sydney Little, "the Concrete King".
Holiday in May
A film showing a family holiday opening with two boys visiting a playground in Gensing Gardens (St Leonards-on-Sea), the towns of Rye, Battle, and Eastbourne; closing with a visit to Hastings Castle and gardens.
Eversfield 1953 some activities: putting, croquet, outings
This professionally made film by Wallace Heaton Limited features the patients and staff of Eversfield Hospital taking part in various social activities during 1953.
[Eversfield Hospital: outdoor activities; handicraft; visiting Bishop; outing to Litlington]
|Date||1954 - 1955||ID||8207|
A professionally made film with intertitles by Wallace Heaton Limited which features patients at Eversfield Hospital taking part in a number of activities such as reunions, outings and performances. The film also includes the visit of a colporteur from 'Spurgeon's Colportage Association' who is greeted by patients and staff.
[Eversfield Hospital: reunions; outings; handicraft; Wimbledon tennis]
|Date||1956 - 1958||ID||8208|
A professionally made film by Wallace Heaton Limited which features patients (past and present) attending reunions at Eversfield Hospital in 1956 and 1958. The film also includes scenes from outings and a tennis match at Wimbledon during the summer of 1958.
[Model Railway Etc.]
Markwick family members ride a miniature railway in the garden. They are seen sitting on the train, from the side of the track. The camera also follows the track, fixed to the front of the train. Four men are seen fixing the train before further "phantom ride" footage.
[Our First; Family Album]
This family film shows several outings to the seaside at Hastings and St Leonards-on-Sea including: a visit to St Leonard's Pool or Lido; a stroll along the seafront at Marine Parade; a visit to the amusements in Hastings Old Town; and a visit to the Pier at Eastbourne. The final scenes shows the family on the rides at a Funfair in London's Battersea Park. The four towers of Battersea Powerstation are visible over the tree tops behind the amusements.
Hastings Holiday Town of Contrasts
A travelogue of Hastings and St Leonards showing the old and the new town. Tourism activities including visits to surrounding attractions, ending with fireworks.
A Year in the Life of a Pestalozzi Student [Pestalozzi; Education Today for Tomorrow’s World]
|Date||March - April 2000||ID||8241|
An amateur film produced by students at the Pestalozzi village Sedlescombe as part of their video classes. The film covers aspects of life at the village, including daily routines, education, activities and outings. The students talk about their experiences and take turns in providing a commentary to the film. Their names are listed in the end credits.
Education Today For Tomorrow’s World
This promotional film was produced by the Pestalozzi International Village Trust based at Sedlescombe in East Sussex. The film begins with an overview of the history of Pestalozzi and goes on to feature interviews with students and staff about their experiences of Pestalozzi today.
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