Title ID 9952Collection ID994
Title[Chief Scout Visit to Chailey]
Date25 March 1954
CollectionCyril Hayworth pt2
Genre/TypeAmateurIndependent AmateurNon-fictionActuality/Factual
ThemeCommemoration Public Services
KeywordsBuildings Celebrations Children Disabled Persons Education Girl Guides Leisure Time Activities Men Motor Vehicles Rural Areas Schools Scouting Youth Organizations
LocalChailey Lewes
RegionalWest Sussex
NationalEngland United Kingdom
ProductionCyril Hayworth
CameraCyril Hayworth
Format16mm Colour Silent
Copyright & AccessCopyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details


A film that features Chief Scout, Lord Rowallan visiting Chailey Heritage School meeting the Chailey School Scouts and Guides. Lord Rowallan tours the school buildings, visiting outdoor beds, the 'Kinnaird Speech Room' and watches an opening ceremony for a Cub Scout and Guide hut at the Chailey Windmill within the grounds. The film closes with Lord Rowallan talking to a group of young Cubs about a neckerchief woggle.


A Still from [Chief Scout Visit to Chailey] (1954)

Contextual information

Chailey Heritage School is a charitable special school for children and young adults, aged between 3 and 19, with complex physical disabilities, including visual and hearing impairments, and associated learning difficulties.