Detail

Title ID 3658Collection ID47
Title[Colour on the move: Flower Show; Farming; Scouting]
Date1965
CollectionRay Smith
Genre/TypeAmateurNon-fiction
ThemeRural Life
KeywordsAnimals Cars Children Farming Fetes Scouting Youth Organizations
Location
LocalYapton Fishbourne Climping(?)
RegionalWest Sussex
NationalEngland United Kingdom
Credits
ProductionRay Smith
CameraRay Smith
FormatStandard 8mm Colour Silent
Duration7 min. 50 sec.
Copyright & AccessCopyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details

Summary

Film of various scenes including a village fete, archaeological excavations, farming scenes and Scouts.

Description

"Colour on the Move 1965 - Ilfochrome 25"

Scenes show Yapton village fete including parked cars (VW Beetle, Morris Minor, Ford Anglia etc.) in a field with marquees; a children’s fancy dress parade and prizes to the winners; a children's pony ride; a flower show and a tug-of-war.

Scenes at an Archaeological dig (possibly at Fishbourne Roman Palace?) include people looking on. A sign reads 'Please stand well clear of edges of sections and trenches'. A girl is filmed holding and stroking an animal. On agricultural land there are shots of a combine harvester working in corn field. A tractor is then filmed loading sugar beet onto a lorry (a sign on the lorry reads: 'Joint British Railways, Bulk haulage..Supplied by Tamplins of Brighton). Various scenes with boy Scouts follow, including a group standing outside a building; two boys and their mother(?) outside a house; A group of Scouts holding a prize shield and Scouts playing an outdoor ball game.

Stills

A still from 'Colour on the Move' (1968)