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[At the Seaside; Sports; Races; Winter]
|Date||1937 - 1940||ID||388|
Scenes filmed during the early years of amateur film-maker Kenneth Woolsey and his wife Constance, on holiday to the Isle of Wight with friends and at his parents' house in Shirley, near Croydon in Surrey.
[Arundel; Shoreham; Southsea; Isle of Wight]
This colour and black and white film show views of Arundel village and castle. Internal shots of the castle and grounds are shown in detail. The film then shows a miniature railway in Southsea, and paddle steamers on the Isle of Wight followed by a tour around the coast of the Isle of Wight, including Sandown and Shanklin piers, The Needles and lighthouse.
[Glimpses of Pre-war Worthing and Everyday Folk]
|Date||1938 - 1939||ID||3377|
This silent amateur film captures numerous street scenes in Worthing, in particular those which took place during the harsh winter of 1938. It also records 'Sparks and Son Builders and Contractors' working on various local buildings.
[Old Steam Railways]
Film showing the operation of the Midhurst Railways line between Pulborough and Midhurst. The film shows passengers and staff on platforms, level crossings, scenes of the Sussex landscape filmed from the moving trains, and the locomotives themselves. Station stops include Fittleworth, Midhurst, Petersfield, and Partridge Green.
[Boys' Brigade Camp at Camber Sands]
This amateur film shows the 66th Kentish Town Company Boys' Brigade camp to Camber Sands, near Rye. The film contains shots of the boys leaving London and at camp at Camber Sands. They are seen enjoying a range of activities such as sports, horse riding and playing on the beach. At the end of the film the boys can be seen at Rye station waiting for the train back to London.
Round The Town
An amateur film with intertitles which tours Folkestone in the immediate pre-Second World War era. The film was made by members of the Martin Walter Ltd Garage which features heavily.
[Family Scenes and Miniature Railway]
A short film showing Margaret Newman (the film-maker's daughter) playing with a pet budgie and a children's outing to a miniature railway.
This film documents family life at their home in Ottershaw in the months running up to the Second World War. The film features family life and group outings to Arundel Castle, two trips to Farnborough model railway and participation at a school sports day at Wallop School. The film ends with preparations for war - building an air raid shelter in October 1939.
Baby Scenes; Family Visit Newcastle
An amateur film following family life after the birth of the family's baby named David in North Cheam, Surrey 1941/1942. The family introduce baby David to their relatives in Newcastle, travelling by train.
[Miscellaneous Holiday and Family Scenes]
|Date||1946; June 1947; July-August 1948||ID||4045|
A film depicting family scenes and outings. As well as shots of Kensington in London, the family travel to Bembridge on the Isle of Wight and over to France.
[Holidays to Land's End & Westgate]
|Date||April 1946; 17 August 1946||ID||6141|
This film combines several of the Newman family's holidays by the sea, taken between April-August 1946, in Land's End, Westgate and Margate.
St. George's Cricket, Bradley
|Date||[ca. 1946 - 1949?]||ID||9811|
This colour and black and white film shows scenes at an airport; a family watching a cricket match on a village green; a day trip to Windsor Castle; and steam locomotives at a station, carrying passengers and freight.
[Visit to Wales]
This colour film provides highlights of a family holiday to Wales, visiting the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, with its moorland landscape, brooks and rivers. The family travel through Conwy and Gwynedd in Wales admiring the natural landscape and scenery.
[Lt M. C. Grant in the Army and Skiing]
Scenes at Dover where a ferry to Calais is being loaded. Lt M.C. Grant and other soldiers are seen at the Harbour. There are various scenes of their travels through France and Italy, showing the Alps with panoramic views of the mountains, and Lt. Grant skiing. There are also scenes of military vehicles.
[Kent Garden; Train Ride in Morocco]
This very brief film opens with Alva Lauste with his brother in law, who is seen wearing a military uniform, in the garden at West Wickham; the film ends with views from a moving train in Morocco.
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