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Cyril Hayworth pt1
Amateur film-maker Cyril Hayworth filmed scenes and events in Lindfield in Sussex and the surrounding area during the 1940s 50s and 60s. Many of the films included Scouting and Guiding activities including fetes, parades, camps and events.
A collection of films by amateur film-maker Percy Nightingale, showing his family throughout the 1920s and 1930s at or around, their Crawley home.
Prominent British architect Joseph Emberton filmed his family and travels during the 1930s and early 1950s. The collection includes family life at their Surrey home and holidays abroad as well as glimpses of Emberton's modernist style architecture.
Edwards and Tozer
A collection of home cinema release and amateur films, titled, in both black and white and colour filmed between the early 1930s to the late 1950s.
A small collection of films by Solicitor, Mr Lancelot (Lance) House, showing scenes featuring family and friends in the South East, from the 1930s to late 1940s.
A unique amateur film collection made from 1937 to the late 1950s by Winston Robinson, the General Manager of Brighton Corporation Transport. Mainly shot on 16mm, the filmmaker had unprecedented access to events in Brighton during the Second World War and consequently captured scenes that have not been seen before.
Jim and Robina Greenyer made over eighty films during the 1960s and early 1970s, capturing their family life, items of local interest and making short fiction films with membership of the Albany Cine Club.
The Woodward family collection spans almost three decades from 1957 to the 1980s. The films record family scenes with the children at play, taking several outings, participating in school sports days and several family holidays to Paris, Germany and Spain. Of particular note are the films of Mr Woodward's time in Nigeria where he once lived and worked.
A compilation of 1960s railway and steam locomotive transport films by H. Chris Cooper showing narrow-gauge and miniature railways around the UK. Additional films in the collection include various domestic family holidays and seasonal celebrations.
Royal Sussex Regiment Collection
A collection of films produced by and for the Royal Sussex Regiment dating from 1914 to 1960 when the Regiment was disbanded. The collection includes film of the first recruits joining the regiment at the start of the First World War along with parades at the Chichester Barracks and a promotional film recruiting for the Regiment in the late 1950s.
The Dickins Family collection contains 48 family films made by four family members between 1946 and 2004.
A collection of films by Wilfred Green showing his travels through Communist Eastern European and Russian countries. The collection also includes domestic family scenes and outings across the Home Counties and the South East of England - Kent, East and West Sussex.
Steed Family - Manston, Kent
This collection of amateur films by Norman Steed provides a portrait of family and farm life in Kent between 1945 and 1969.
This collection captures the family life of Charles Bernard Henning spanning the 1920s to the 1940s, mainly photographed in Seaford, the wider Sussex area, London, and on holiday in Ireland.
Fegans Childrens Charity
The Fegans Children’s Charity collection comprises twenty-four films dating from the mid-1930s to the early 1970s, which were largely made for publicity purposes - promoting the work of Fegans which was to provide a safe upbringing for orphaned and abandoned girls and boys. Founded by James Fegan, a Christian philanthropist, in 1872, the organisation created several homes and schools throughout southern England during the 19th and 20th centuries. Today, Fegans continues its charitable work by providing care and support for children and families. Many of the films in the collection feature daily life at Fegans’ schools with class-room scenes, celebrations of birthdays and Christmas festivities, day-trips to a variety of venues, sporting events and seaside holidays. A number of the films show life at Fegans’ Goudhurst Farm School in Kent, where boys were taught agricultural skills in preparation for their adult working lives, which in many cases was overseas, particularly Canada.
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