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[Leisure Scenes at Camp; Games and Frolics]
This black and white film shows officers from the Queen's Royal (West) Surrey Regiment dressed in uniform and civilian clothing playing games and generally messing about on a camp. (continued from TID: 8972)
|Date||1935 - 1938||ID||10040|
This mixed colour and black and white film shows the family together at their home in Cross in Hand, including several scenes in Dufaycolor. The film includes the children playing in the garden with various toys, scenes of pets, a picnic, a flying boat, and scenes from several holidays and outings to Bodiam castle and the West Country that includes Stonehenge, St Michael's Mount, Tintagel and Clovelly village, Devon.
Spitfire 231 Job
|Date||[ca. mid 1940s - early 1950]||ID||9586|
This black and white film of an airfield shows a Supermarine 300 Spiteful F. Mk. XIV (RB 521) parked on the airfield, as a second Spiteful or Spitfire comes in to land next to it (with tonal camouflage markings and 'P' Prefix/suffix as aircraft code). A larger Supermarine Attacker aircraft lands on the airfield and then takes off - the camera follows the action. Several RAF men and ground crew gather next to the aircraft on the airfield.
[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.
[Home Life, School Sports, Day Trips and Holidays]
|Date||1946 - 1949||ID||5687|
This film contains various scenes of the Dickins' family life. It shows them at home, with friends and extended family, on school sports days, day trips and holidays within the South East and South West of England. The online film clip includes footage from an 'oral history' interview conducted with John Dickins in February 2008.
[Holidays to the Westcountry and Scotland]
An amateur film-maker films family holidays to the South West and Scotland. The holidaymakers tour the coastline and villages of the Westcounty, stopping at Stonehenge on their way home to the South East. They visit the east coast of Scotland in the following year, stopping at Dundee and St Andrews before travelling into the Highlands. The film-maker went on to become a founding member of the Haywards Heath Cine Society.
[Bognor Regis Journal]
|Date||1949; 1951 - 1955||ID||3198|
A compilation of home movie material in which the film-maker records family outings in the south of England during the late 1940s and early 1950s. Places visited include Stonehenge, The New Forest and Beachy Head.
[Tribal Dances; The Queen Mother Visits Africa; Family Holidays]
|Date||[ca. 1956-1966 ?]||ID||7125|
This colour film shows tribal dance performances, followed by H.M The Queen Mother meeting dignitaries in a town square, a dam under construction and the Zambezi River with Victoria Falls.
[Holiday to the West Country]
|Date||1960 - 1964||ID||5665|
This film contains footage of the Dickins' home life in Surrey and the surrounding area. There is also footage from various day trips, and holidays to the West Country and Spain. Note: The online film clip includes footage from an 'oral history' interview conducted with John Dickins in February 2008.
This edited film shows a journey between Bexhill-on-Sea and several English counties that includes Salisbury in Wiltshire, Bristol and Taunton in Somerset, Cheltenham Spa in Gloucestershire, and Reading. Views from the vehicle includes various churches and town street scenes, as well as views of other road traffic, transportation vehicles and fire engines. Shots mainly between two cars travelling in convoy. A map illustrates the journey between the counties.
[Tour Through Hampshire, Kent & Sussex]
This amateur film is shot in a variety of locations across southern England. The film records visits to towns, villages and rural areas including Canterbury, Pegwell Bay, Winchelsea, Brighton and Hastings and features the main attractions at each location, including Canterbury Cathedral, the Viking Ship Hugin and Brighton's Royal Pavilion.
[Holiday in Wales]
This home movie features a family holiday to Wales. The film includes scenes of the journey from England into Wales, a hot air balloon display (G-AZJI), and a stop on the A303 to look at Stonehenge. The family drive over the Severn Bridge, pass the Tintern Abbey ruins at Chepstow, the "Talocher Farmhouse Hotel", "St David's Precinct Wall" (Bishop's Palace), have a picnic next to a boating lake and watch a group of Morris dancers perform. The final scenes show the family in an indoor pool.
[Warminster and Arley]
This film shows a series of family scenes, opening with a shot of a riverside where the film-maker's wife Kay is relaxing. The next sequence shows views of the surrounding rural landscape with a farmhouse, followed by members of the film-maker's family in a garden and playing together at a playground with their two dogs. They push a dog in a swing and on a roundabout. The film ends with portrait shots of the dogs in a domestic garden.
[Outing to Longleat Wildlife Park]
A family film portraying a day at Longleat Wildlife Park, featuring animals in the park and children playing on rides and with the animals.
[Summer at Avebury]
The film opens with tents pitched on the bank of a lake. Motorbikes are parked alongside the car tent and caravan. Family scenes show the Woodwards with their dogs by the lakeside. Young people (perhaps friends of Woodward's daughters) sit on the motorbikes and chat. A National Trust sign for 'Windmill Hill' (a causeway enclosure) is shown followed by shots of several standing stones at Avebury.
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