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The Local Traders' Gazette
|Date||[ca. early 1930s]||ID||11284|
A compilation of advertisements for local businesses in Cranbrook, Hawkhurst, Goudhurst, Sissinghurst, Robertsbridge and Ticehurst in Kent. Made for showing at the cinema, the adverts offer brief interior and exterior shots of shops and business premises; occasionally with the shop keepers or owners out front.
The film shows Rochester Castle grounds, bands parading and view of the watching crowds. Regiments are seen parading for local officials and military personnel.
[Cricket: Surrey V Australia; Tennis at Wimbledon]
|Date||1938 [?]; 1934||ID||4458|
This film compilation shows Surrey versus Australia cricket match at The Oval, possibly their match in 1938 and a short scene from 1934, along with excerpts of tennis matches at Wimbledon in 1934, as seen from the stands at Centre Court.
[Hastings Family Film: Seaside Scenes]
A group of friends take a holiday in Hastings, taking fishing boat trips and sitting on the beach.
The Seaside at Littlehampton
This amateur home movie shows the family on holiday at the beach playing in the dunes and digging in the sand. They also go paddling and canoeing in the sea. The family group visit a pebble beach and take a boat ride.
Tennis at Manor House; Home Guard Parades
|Date||1940; 1944 [?]||ID||4467|
The film shows a tennis match and the garden party that follows. The film then turns to a parade of men from the Home Guard, some carrying walking sticks under their arms as they march, then standing to attention on a field or village green.
Colour film showing the Southdowns Foxhounds gathering for a various hunts soon after the end of the war. Riders on horseback, some wearing traditional hunting outfits with others dressed in tweeds, assemble at various locations, accompanied by their hounds. Many of the gatherings take place in front of pubs, one of which can be identified as the Kings Arms at Albourne.
[Dedication Service and Parade] [Battle of Britain]
A dedication service with the Mayor attending (?). A boy's marching band is seen parading. Girl guides also attend the parade. Various street views show the crowd including veterans. A service is held for WWII victims of the Batlle of Britain.
Riding for Joy
A series of equestrian events, mostly with children and women riders. Some of the family appear to be the same as in 'West Sussex' film. The Queen and Prince Philip appear briefly at an event with Windsor Castle in background. Includes a children's fancy dress parade on horseback, some horsedrawn carriage events, a bishop blessing the riders, riders in hunting dress, show jumping, etc. Some under-exposed sequences.
[Tunbridge Wells; Holiday to Cornwall (?)]
A family film containing scenes of a domestic garden; a visit to Tunbridge Wells; a large country house and a holiday to Cornwall(?).
[George on a Cycling Tour Through Sussex]
A quirky animation featuring cut-out characters on a eccentric bicycle ride through Sussex towards a final destination in the Brighton Dome.
[At Brooklands; Red Arrows; Swordfish]
Scenes from an air show at Brooklands Aerodrome including the RAF Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows.
Views of Chichester City Centre with scenes of traffic around Chichester Cross and along streets in the city centre. The camera takes in shots of various shops and businesses and the shoppers and cyclists passing by.
[Cricket: Sussex v West Indies; Sussex Women's Team; Sussex v South Africa]
A compilation of three matches featuring Sussex Cricket teams. The first shows a 1963 match between Sussex County Cricket Club and the West Indies team in 1963, the second shows the Sussex County Women's team playing in Lewes and the third shows the Sussex County Club against the South African team in 1965.
[Colin and Liz Wedding No. 1]
This film was made to record the wedding of Horace Sheppard's eldest son Colin to Liz Deeming. The film shows the couple leaving the church and posing for photographs, as well as guests at the wedding. The film appears not to have been shot by Mr Sheppard as he is visible in the film.
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