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This short compilation shows scenes of a woman visiting Beaulieu Abbey walking through the ruins, followed by a brief scene of an aircraft flying over head [Armstrong Whitworth or similiar].
A Filmic Review No: 1
|Date||[1934 - 1935?]||ID||1114|
A compilation of amateur material which includes footage of some of London's famous landmarks, such as Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus, the floats being paraded at Birchington Carnival, Beaulieu Abbey, Cobham's Air Display, Margate's seafront in the height of summer, and Land's End.
[Family Events 1956]
Film of the Gowlland family on various outings in the Spring and Summer of 1956. The film shows a trip to Tonbridge at Easter and countryside walks. The family then travel to Canterbury and visit relatives. In May they watch the Cambridge 'May Bumps' rowing race, watch a polo match and visit the Newforest. They hold a garden party at home, watch the London to Brighton Veteran car run, visit a Mink Farm and watch a cricket match.
[Beaulieu-Sur-Mer and Surroundings]
This edited colour travelogue made with commentary and music, documents a family trip to Beaulieu-sur-Mer, Laghet and Eze in France and Monte Carlo in Monaco. The film features Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco at the christening of their second child.
This short amateur film is shot entirely in the grounds of Beaulieu Abbey, Hampshire. The film includes shots of the abbey and the abbey church of St. Mary; a mother and her daughter are seen exploring the grounds of the abbey and church.
[Cadet Corps; Beaulieu; Sports Day]
This family film shows: a group of cadets practising armoury drills and exercises on a playing field; the family on an outing to Beaulieu, with portrait shots of the family posing next to "The Bournemouth Belle" or Stowe steam locomotive; Go-Karts and a Model T Ford ride; Beaulieu Abbey and the grounds of the Motor Museum. The film finishes with scenes of a school Sports Day event at Brighton College (also on TID: 5347).
Visit to Beaulieu
This film shows a family visit to Montagu Motor Museum in Beaulieu (now the National Motor Museum), with close ups of a variety of heritage vehicles. Scenes include shots of the motor collection, Beaulieu Abbey, Palace House & Gardens, the Bournemouth Belle (Stowe) steam locomotive and several car based amusement rides. [This film is mute for online use, for copyright reasons].
They Built It Themselves
|Date||1969 - 1972||ID||5769|
A promotional film about the work of the Pestalozzi Children's Village, Sedlescombe. Richard Baker introduces the film with the aim of raising funds for, and awareness of, Pestalozzi. The children are filmed helping to construct a new national house to accommodate new arrivals at the village. At the end of the film Richard Baker makes an appeal for donations.
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