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Lewis Rosenberg's film shows a group of adults and around a dozen young girls at a campsite in Cornwall. The film captures relaxed moments at the camp; surfers bodyboarding; and rural farming scenes.
[The Big House; Camp]
Group of Jewish delegates attend a summer school at Oldfeld School (since re-named Harrow House), Swanage
A group of Jewish friends visit Dinard and Mont St. Michel in Brittany. They play and dance on the beach and climb rocky coastal paths.
[The Big Board at Newquay]
This film shows a group of Jewish friends on a camping and surfing holiday in Newquay. The group film themselves at the campsite, surfing, horse riding and playing at the beach.
A group of men go on a camping holiday in Guernsey, taking their bodyboards to the beach to catch waves, along with sightseeing on Guernsey and Sark.
A group of friends enjoy a holiday around Newquay, Cornwall, playing games, tennis and horse-riding.
Welcome to Croydon
The film opens with a banner ‘Welcome to Croydon’. There are street and market scenes with trams and buses passing by. A couple change a flat tyre in a country lane. Scenes of towns in Surrey and Sussex include roadside picnics, motorcycles and sidecars, and views from Box Hill. Views at Birling Gap are followed by the group on the beach at Ryde and Shanklin where they play cricket. Various picnic scenes follow, and the film ends with views of the Brooklands race track.
[Family Scenes: Tennis; Baby at Eastbourne]
Tennis matches at Foxhunt Manor at Foxhunt Green, and beach scenes at Eastbourne, taken by Eugene Oakshott in 1930 [?], featuring friends and family.
A Typical Budget [West Sussex News Items]
A film complilation showing notable events in Bognor Regis and nearby locations in West Sussex that includes the S.S. Mango ashore at Selsey and the ruins of Cowdray House, Midhurst.
[Family Scenes; Baby on the Lawn; Garden; Beach Scenes]
Harry Guermonprez, co-founder of the Bognor Regis Film Society and his family and friends feature in this amateur seaside and rural film from the 1930s.
This is Magic
An edited amateur film from the 1930s consisting of material relating to the family of Harry Guermonprez, co-founder of the the Bognor Regis Film Society. Harry Guermonprez and his family appear throughout the film. The film includes a short section of 'magic tricks', (created using film editing techniques) and a visit to London Zoo.
[Family Scenes: Seaside]
This short amateur film from the 1930s features Harry Guermonprez, co-founder of the Bognor Regis Film Society and members of his family on the beach at Bognor Regis and on holiday on the Isle of Wight apple picking.
[Manor House and Gardens]
The film includes various brief scenes: a child on a beach; cars on a rural road; pigs on a farm; a girl with a Shetland pony; several people in a garden; a boy with a dog; a woman playing with the dog in a garden; two women walking in a garden; a family group with children in the garden; ending with a woman and a man golf putting.
The Silver Sea
This poetic portrait shows the tranquil coastline of Bognor Regis in summer, lit by the sun superimposed with poetic prose, serving as intertitles.
[Eastbourne Lifeboat Day; Dance Performance; Folkington Meet at Glenthorne Manor; The Prince of Wales Visit; Horse Riding; Hunt]
|Date||1930, 1931, 1932||ID||8198|
Scenes of Eastbourne in the 1930s, including Lifeboat Day, Folkington Meet and a visit from the Prince of Wales, by Michael Holland.
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