|Title ID||3658||Collection ID||47|
|Title||[Colour on the move: Flower Show; Farming; Scouting]|
|Keywords||Animals Cars Children Farming Fetes Scouting Youth Organizations|
|Format||Standard 8mm Colour Silent|
|Duration||7 min. 50 sec.|
|Copyright & Access||Copyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details|
Film of various scenes including a village fete, archaeological excavations, farming scenes and Scouts.
"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.