Title ID 6399Collection ID855
Title[Royal Oak Darts Outing]
Date[29 June 1963]
CollectionBob Burns
Genre/TypeAmateurIndependent AmateurNon-fictionAlbum/Journal
ThemeTransport Leisure
KeywordsBoats Buildings Clubs Food Houses Leisure Time Activities Men Outings Passenger Vehicles Rivers Roads Transport Villages
LocalBersted Bognor Regis Maidenhead
RegionalWest Sussex Berkshire
NationalEngland United Kingdom
ProductionBob Burns
CameraBob Burns
EditorBob Burns
FormatColour Silent
Copyright & AccessCopyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details


A film showing the Royal Oak Darts group on an outing to Windsor via Maidenhead, by coach and boat (continues on TID: 6403 and 6410)


A sign on the Royal Oak pub door advertises a club outing to Windsor via Maidenhead on 29th June as a man waters the hanging plant baskets outside the pub. In the street a group of men behave in a mischievous manner next to the Southdown coach, writing in chalk on the coach tyres, before departing on their journey.

The next scene shows the group at a rest stop, drinking Friary beer, playing a game of short cricket in a woodland and behaving in a mischievous manner next to the Southdown coach.

After a second rest stop in an urban street, the men re-board the coach having purchased tennis rackets (?). The group show them off to the camera. The scene cuts to a compilation of views from a boat on a river or canal, passing several houses and other water traffic (possibly on the River Thames or a tributary near Maidenhead?).