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[Beach Scenes and Air Display]
The Parfitt family film "Riviera" scenes on Southwick Beach and an air display at Farnborough in Hampshire in 1964.
A compilation of scenes, taken by Michael Gillings, in and around Brighton. The Guinness Clock, Volks Railway, Lyons Carnival, night time illuminations and 'Miss Brighton' contest entertain visitors to the seafront, while others walk around the Willow Pattern Garden at Preston park, Shoreham Harbour and the miniature railway at Hove Park.
The Magic Shell
This short fiction film tells the story of a young boy that finds a magic shell on the beach whilst on an outing with his parents. The shell allows the boy to make things disappear including his parents. [This film has been made mute online, for copyright reasons]
'Miss Brighton Contest 1965', held at Black Rock lido in Brighton, filmed by Michael Gillings of Patcham.
Family scenes at Black Rock and East Brighton, where the children play on the beach, taken in around 1966. Panoramic footage from Kemptown promenade across the beach towards the Palace Pier is included.
Les Parfitt films his daughter Angela sunbathing, mowing the lawn and reading in the family garden in the summer of 1967, aged 21.
[Bognor Regis Tour]
An amateur film produced by students of the Bognor Regis College of Education. The film shows a busy and vibrant town bustling with holiday makers and day trippers on a hot summers day. Apart from the opening scenes, the film is shot in the grounds of Hotham Park and on the seafront.
[Sandhurst Ceremony of the Queen's Medal]
This film shows a family outing to the RAF Manston museum; the family's camping holiday in Folkestone with a visit to the Leas Cliff funicular railway; and the Soverign's Parade at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, with the award of the Queen's Medal by HRH Princess Margaret to Andrew Ridgway.
[Seaside; School; Swimming Pool]
Children learn to swim in an outdoor pool in footage produced by students at Bognor Regis College of Education under the guidance of Head of Technology John Jones.
[Travels Bexhill: St. Peters; Hastings Fish and Old Town; About Sussex; Rye; Herstmonceux Observatory; Thames Long Reach]
A car travels through Sussex towns and countryside in this film by Christopher Harris. Scenes include the coast and street scenes at Bexhill-on-Sea, Hastings and Rye. The film-maker makes a brief stop at the Royal Observatory, Herstmonceux in Sussex, visiting the Isaac Newton Telescope with views of the Equatorial Group of telescope domes on the opposite side of the road.
[Seaside; Portraits of Nature]
An edited compilation of shots, some in slow motion, of a woman swimming in the sea and stepping out to walk up the the beach in a floral bikini; followed by a series of shots showing flowers, a grasshopper 'chirping', a fly (?) on a plant, and a busy ants nest (shots are shaky and out of focus).
Andrew and Sally-Ann, aged around 14 and 12, perform spectacular diving and gymnastic routines at an outdoor pool on the Isle of Wight with their mother and father, the man behind the camera, in 1976.
Journey by Open Top Bus
The 1985 film by Hugh Hale charts a trip along Bognor Regis sea front from an open top bus.
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