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[Seaside, parade and garden scenes]
This home movie features members of the Greenshield family as they spend their leisure time in and around Bognor Regis. Family members are seen at Bosham and on the beach at Bognor Regis. The daughters of Mr and Mrs Greenshield are seen playing in the garden of a former Police House at Bognor Regis and take part in a parade in the town centre.
Brighton and Other Places of Interest
This well-made amateur film extols the sights and activities that Brighton had to offer visitors during the late 1960s. The film, which includes a commentary and music, captures scenes from Brighton, its seafront, parks and gardens.
The Magic Shell
This short fiction film tells the story of a young boy that finds a magic shell on the beach whilst on an outing with his parents. The shell allows the boy to make things disappear including his parents. [This film has been made mute online, for copyright reasons]
Blue Sky For Blanco
This colour film shows a visit from family friend (?) Blanco. The group visit various locations including The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells' Town Hall and High Street. They also go to Canterbury with the Westgate, Marlowe Theatre and Caterbury Cathedral followed by a series of Caravaning and beach scenes. The film also shows Bromley South Station and High Street in London plus The Strand outdoor swimming pool and playground in Gillingham.
[Holiday to Cornwall]
|Date||[ca. late 1960s]; [23 July 1973?]||ID||6429|
A holiday film that includes: the family playing with inflatable rings in a pool; several men dressed in nightgowns leaving a holiday chalet; the family visiting a deer and bird park; and touring the coastline at Lands End. A sign reads "Criga Hotel Reception" followed by wide panoramic views of the rocky coastline and beach. The film closes with shots of holiday makers packing a narrow stretch of beach, and outside several tiered beach huts.
'Miss Brighton Contest 1965', held at Black Rock lido in Brighton, filmed by Michael Gillings of Patcham.
Journey Home Stage Three: Cape Town to London
The final part of of the Puttock family travelogue aboard the cruise liner "The City of Port Elizabeth". This part shows the family visiting friends in Cape Town before leaving for Tilbury Docks through the bulge of Africa via Las Palmas, in the Canary Islands, and on to Dover. Shots show the family exploring a beach and harbour in Las Palmas, several ships in dock and at sea in the Mediterranean, eating food and playing games on ship. The ship enters Tilbury via the Thames Estuary passing the Maunsell Fort.
[Gymnastics; Building Swimming Pool]
|Date||[ca. 1965 - 1966]||ID||8313|
This colour film opens with four teenagers doing gymnastics in the garden, one takes a picture with a compact camera. The next scene shows the teenagers digging a hole for the swimming pool, followed by views of tree surgeons cutting down trees in the garden. The shots return to digging the pool later in the year and laying the plastic sheeting. The family then go for a swim in the completed pool.
This very short colour film shows a single scene of two young girls playing in a water fountain, dressed in 1950s style matching bathing costumes in blue and yellow.
Club Occasions: The First Barbecue of 1966; The Public Show of 1968; The Barbecue of 1969
|Date||1966; 1968; November 1969||ID||5524|
The amateur compilation of three films by the Haywards Heath Cine & Video Club, show highlights of two BBQ events and a screening of society films to members of the public. This film has non-sync audio and displaced sound effects that do not match the narrative.
The Road to Budva
A travelogue film of a family holiday to Montenegro (formerly SFR Yugoslavia), showing the coastal town of Budva and various other locations within the wider Budva and Cetinje municipalities. The film includes footage of the Palace at Milocer, Sveti Stefan, Kotor Fjord, Becici, Zanjice (Herceg Novi), and Cetinje (Monastry of St. Peter).
|Date||[ca. mid 1960s]||ID||8312|
This colour film shows a family playing games in a swimming pool. A woman hurts her foot and is helped out by a younger man. Mrs Steed swims in the pool. The next sequence shows several men in the garden, one holding a baby. The pool is also shown empty. The group are filmed throughout from an upstairs window.
[Family Holidays and Outings; Child Cleaning Fireplace]
This film shows several outings and holidays that include: Craig Goch Dam in the Elan Valley; Broadway Tower in the Cotswolds; Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire; an outing to Windsor Great Park; and the family at their home in Laleham.
Summertime and the Living is Easy; Holiday in Bulgaria
A two part intertitled travelogue film of a holiday to a Black Sea coastal resort of Varna and the surrounding areas in Bulgaria. The film includes: views of Морска градина or Sea Garden, with statue; portraits of the group posing sat on camels on the beach, dressed in Lawrence of Arabia themed clothing with commercial film clip [not included in online clip]; and on the beach. [Only the first half of the film has been included in online clip].
[Baby Jonathan; Day Out at Ferring; Rainy Sunday]
This edited film shows the home life of a family group with a new baby and toddler that includes bottle feeding the baby and going on an outing to a beach to paddle in the sea. The film also shows scenes of the toddler girl with her mother playing in a garden paddling pool, having her face and hands cleaned to remove strawberry jam and watching the heavy rain flood the family garden at home.
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