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[Garden Swimming Pool]
This black and white family film opens in a garden, with a young boy in a large concrete swimming pool, being watched by a family group. This is followed by shots of family members swimming, two women playing with rubber rings and trying to swim with them around their torsos. A man joins the two ladies and he pretends (?) to teach them how to swim.
[Bognor; Derby; Wedding; Hendon]
|Date||28 June 1930; 3 June 1931||ID||10144|
This black and white film consists of four parts: a young mother and child swimming and playing on the beach at Bognor; scenes of horse racing at the Epsom Derby; family scenes and a wedding; and views from the Hendon Air Display. The extensive Derby and Hendon sections make up the majority of this film.
The Brett family's trip to Broadstairs
This black and white family film shows the Bret family leaving home for a trip to the seaside in Broadstairs, Kent. The family are seen walking through town to the beach and playing on the shoreline. The second part of the film with intertitle, shows a birthday garden party at the family home for Patricia, aged 6.
[Sports and leisure; Family Scenes I]
|Date||[ca. 1931]; July 1938; August 1939||ID||3230|
A compilation of home movie material which captures the Flavell family and friends playing and relaxing at the seaside, in a garden and on a bowls green during the summer months. The children are also filmed participating in various school sports and activities.
[Girls at Claremont School]
|Date||[ca. early 1930s ?]||ID||1368|
A compilation of amateur film recording outdoor events at Claremont School For Girls in Esher. In the late 1970s the school amalgamated with Fan Court Preparatory School for Boys to form Claremont Fan Court School.
[Birdham; Family Gathering; Games]
Scenes of bathing in the water at Birdham Mill in Chichester Harbour. The family go swimming and diving as well as sailing. The family are later seen at a gathering, in the garden, and playing tennis. At the beach, the family take part in games and build sand castles. Children sit on a fence.
[Family Barclay Film I; Fair; Wedding; Pool; Holiday]
A compilation of family scenes filmed on holidays, outings, picnics and trips to London, Sussex and Essex in 1932.
Picnics & Pam 1932
A film of the Staley family on various outings. The family group pick flowers in the countryside and have a tea and a picnic. At home, daughter Pam Staley (aged 8) eats at the table with her parents, plays piano and brushes her hair. On other outings, the family go sailing, have a walk and a picnic in the country and go swimming in the sea.
[Devon Holiday Part 1]
The first of two films recording a family holiday to Devon. Sidney and Florence Payne and their daughter Margaret are joined by the Colley family, swimming amongst the surfers and horseriding on the sandy beach at Woolacombe, and ascending the steep, narrow streets of Clovelly on donkeys.
[Devon Holiday Part II]
The first of two films recording a family holiday to Devon. Sidney and Florence Payne and their daughter Margaret are joined by the Colley family, swimming and playing in the shallows, and horseriding along Woolacombe's roads and sandy beach.
[Christmas 1932; Summer 1933; Xmas 1933; April 1934; August 1934]
|Date||December 1932; December 1933; April 1934, August 1934||ID||2636|
This silent home movie from the 1930s features a young woman from the Ford Family. She appears throughout the film at home and at various other locations, sometimes with an older man, presumably her father.
Camping in Guernsey 1932
|Date||1932 - 1934||ID||6221|
A group of young friends go on a camping holiday on Guernsey. They take a train, ship and a flight in a small plane. The group of men set up camp and go surfing in a small cove.
[Travels to Burma and Egypt]
|Date||1933 - 1935||ID||3229|
A compilation of amateur films detailing the travels and living experiences of a White-European family in Burma (now Myanmar) and Egypt during the mid-1930s. Various film sections have been edited together in a random order, and the resulting sequence is therefore not linear.
[Manor House Estate; King George V Silver Jubilee; Family; Holiday; Airfield]
This film shows the Reed family making preparations to celebrate King George V Silver Jubilee with intercut shots of The Royal Landau passing the Austin Reed Store on Regent Street and Pathe film of the procession. The next part shows a family at the seaside and in the garden. Scenes at an air display feature amateur aircraft including a Le Pou du Ciel HM. 14.
[Bognor Beach; Cowdray Park; Family Scenes III]
Members of the Flavell family and their friends are recorded playing in the garden of a family home, and on the beach and in the sea at Bognor Regis. The children go on pony rides along the sandy beach and partake in group exercises. They also play with each other and with their toys in the garden, including a yo-yo.
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