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[Churchill House; children and family; seaside; Wales; France]
A home movie showing scenes of the Muller-Rowland family relaxing at their family home near Woking and on holiday in South Wales during the 1920s. The film ends with some footage of the Palace of Versailles in France.
[Fashion Show and Seaside Scenes]
A compilation of home movie material which includes members of the Ayling family giving a comical fashion show in a garden, and enjoying an outing to the beach.
[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.
Film of the Staley family on holiday in Snowdonia, Wales. Ralph Staley films workings on a sheep farm and his family on the seafront, where ten year old Pam practices driving on the beach. They walk up mount Snowdon and take picnics in the countryside. A final section, in Dufaycolor, shows the family at Lake Bala [?] taking walks and stopping for tea.
[Holiday Scenes: Wales and Brugge]
|Date||[ca. late 1930s]||ID||1096|
This amateur film contains images of animals, notably extreme close-ups of caterpillars and their larvae, and of a woman feeding doves. It also has footage of two holidays - the first is a touring holiday of the Welsh countryside, the second a city break to Brugge.
[Tenby. Phillipa’s Wedding]
Margaret Payne is joined by friends and family on a grass tennis court, on the beach, and at (Tenby?) train station. On 18th September 1935 she acts as bridesmaid for her father's cousin Phillipa Payne on the occasion of her wedding to Hubert Killick at All Saints' Church, Sanderstead.
[Wrexham; Oxford; Welsh Coast]
This multi-reel colour film (with some magenta and green cast) shows a family trip through the towns of Wrexham in Wales; the university town of Oxford; and enjoying a seaside family holiday to the Welsh coast.
[Wales Seaside Fun]
This black and white family holiday film includes views of the front garden of their holiday home in Wales and the family on a day out on a beach.
[Lake District; Opening; Lights Fair; Canoeing]
This colour and black and white film opens with a troop of Rover Scouts exploring the Lake District on foot; an award ceremony with Scout Hut grand opening (?); and a group of Scouts building a canoe with help from a group of Scout leaders. The final film, in colour, features a Scout group canoeing and swimming in a river.
[Hansford Holiday scenes]
Scenes of a family holiday visiting various places in 1942, including a spring funfair at Newport in Wales, a visit to Appledore, Devon in September, Woburn Sands in Bedfordshire, in the summer and autumn and a trip to Whipsnade Zoo.
[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.
[Tour of River Valleys]
Constance and Kenneth Woolsey on trips to see friends and relatives in Wales, Henley, Sussex and an agricultural show, where the Queen and Prince Philip are in attendance.
Scrapbook: A cine magazine for farmers - Number 2
|Date||1950 - 1951||ID||2187|
One of a series of cinemagazine films about farm technology, sponsored by Shell and BP. This issue contains a compilation farming stories and scenes including visits to Arundel Castle, items on silage farming, sheep transportation, farming on steep land, a tractor from 1919, a livestock and agricultural show in Dublin.
Leonard - Family Activities
Miscellaneous scenes from family life, including shots of a woman and toddler playing in the sea; a toddler stroking a dog; a mother spoon-feeding a baby; a baby crawling, and playing with flowers in St Annes Wells Gardens. The same baby is filmed with various adults, both male and female. The film ends with shots of 'Swallow Falls' waterfall, Wales.
[Family trips around the UK]
|Date||1951 - 1953||ID||5685|
This film contains domestic scenes of the Dickins family home as well as footage of trips to various destinations in the United Kingdom.
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