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[Here and There: Speed Crazy, Old Sussex, New Sussex]
|Date||[ca. 1930s]; [1952?]; [ca. early 1990s]||ID||2185|
A compilation of films beginning with a 1930s(?) Pathéscope production which features a motor vehicle journey through central London and a train journey from London to Brighton, filmed by the BBC in the early 1950s(?). The middle and end of the film feature places of interest in Sussex, again during the 1930s(?) and a coach holiday to Worthing in the early 1990s(?).
[Horse Show; Holiday at Eastbourne]
Film of the Gowlland family in the first year of Peace after the Second World War. In this film, the family go to a Gymnkana, and go on Holiday to Eastbourne, where they play on the beachat Eastbourne, and visit Alfrison and the surrounding Sussex Downs.
Eastbourne and Battle 1946
This edited colour and black and white film features coastal and urban shots of the towns of Eastbourne and Battle. The Corder family on holiday in East Sussex visit Battle Abbey, Eastbourne sea front, Eastbourne town centre, Belle Tout lighthouse on Beachy Head and explore the countryside at Seven Sisters Country Park along the Cuckmere River.
Sands of Time
A publicity film in which a young American man writes a letter to a vicar he met during his stay in East Sussex. Back in America he recalls the places he visited; his letter forms the spoken narrative over the images.
[Telham County Rally]
This edited film provides highlights of the 1st Haywards Heath pack outing to Battle village en route to the Sussex Scouting and Guiding County Rally at Telham; closing with highlights of the various parades and performances on the Telham camp.
Holiday in May
A film showing a family holiday opening with two boys visiting a playground in Gensing Gardens (St Leonards-on-Sea), the towns of Rye, Battle, and Eastbourne; closing with a visit to Hastings Castle and gardens.
BBC Home Service: Return to Pestalozzi
|Date||15 October 1959||ID||8101|
A radio programme, broadcast as part of the BBC's Home Service during 1959. The correspondent, Edward Ward returns to the International Pestalozzi Children's Village at Trogen in Switzerland to examine how it has developed since his last visit. The correspondent also talks to Dr Alexander about the development of the new British Pestalozzi Children's Village.
[Battle of Hastings; Bentley Wildfowl]
Scenes filmed at a Battle of Hastings reenactment event in Battle, which include a jousting competition and a helicopter display. The next sequence shows a pair of black swans, ducks and geese at Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum in Lewes, as captured by Henry (Harry) Colley in the 1960s.
[Vacation Leave 1961: Part One]
|Date||1961; [June 1962]||ID||7734|
Holiday and family scenes including on board a ship arriving at Southampton; Maurice Puttock attending a Trooping the Colour event in Horse Guards Parade; a visit to Bexhill Seafront, Battle Abbey and Battlefield; and visiting The Monument in London to capture panoramic views from the top (202 feet high). The film closes with family scenes in a garden.
Down to Sussex
A British Transport Film looking at the history and landscape of the Sussex countryside.
[Out & About: Day Trip Across the Channel]
Scenes filmed while 'out and about', on Channel hops to France and the Isle of Wight, and to Hastings, Battle, Portsmouth and Blenheim Palace, filmed by Michael Gillings in 1967.
Two Way Ticket
A promotional film commissioned by the The Pestalozzi Children’s Village Trust. Scenes of children at the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe are accompanied by a narrative about the work of the trust, its history and future work. The key message of the film is that Pestalozzi children are on a "two-way ticket [to] new hope and a brighter future".
Down Your Way: Pestalozzi Conversation
|Date||[ca. early 1970s]||ID||8102|
An excerpt from an edition of BBC radio 'Down Your Way'. The presenter visits the Pestalozzi Children's village at Sedlescombe where he interviews Errol Christie about Pestalozzi and the differences between the British and Swiss villages. The presenter also interviews students from the village about their experiences and the guests pick a song which is played in between the interviews.
BBC Radio Brighton: Christmas at Pestalozzi
|Date||18 December, 1972||ID||8103|
A BBC Radio Brighton edition of 'Sussex Scene' from 1972. The presenter, James Parr, visits the village to explore how the Pestalozzi children celebrate Christmas at the village.
Let’s Go Out
A Thames Television production aimed at children encouraging them to go and explore the place in which they live. The programme features the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe. The Warden Mr Gale is interviewed about the work of the Pestalozzi Children's Village Trust which aims to foster a spirit of internationalism and service. Many of the children recall their own experiences of life at the village and the Headmaster of Claverham Community College speaks about their integration into the school.
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