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The Family at Play
This intertitled film shows the family at home celebrating Christmas. The family spend time promenading in the garden and playing games with the children. The children are also seen playing with their toys in the garden.
Highcliffe - The Gang
An amateur film showing a group of friends, known as 'The Gang', on holiday together playing on the beach at Highcliffe-on-Sea, near Bournemouth.
[Chichester; Agricultural Show; Tour to Italy; Wittering]
A family film portraying an archaeological dig, Weymouth agricultural show, a tour through Italy including visits to Rome and Naples and various family scenes featuring members of the family and friends.
This film includes a series of garden scenes, a fox hunt meet and a sailing trip on a river or canal as filmed by C. Ernest Shippam in 1938.
This edited colour film shows the Giles family on holiday in East and West Wittering with their boat, at a holiday home and on a beach.
[Peking. Coal Hill. Streets. Forbidden City. Palaces. Picnic]
|Date||1938 - 1939; [ca. early 1940s ?]||ID||10740|
Beginning at Coal Hill, this film features Beijing's Forbidden City, the Summer and Winter palaces as well as parks, processions, a drama school and a Chinese picnic.
Film of the Gowlland family during the war years, focusing on family life and activities at their home in Croydon. Much of the film shows the children playing in the garden, along with family outings, a wedding at Wisborough Green, the arrival of a new baby and Christmas 1943.
[Children in the Garden; Holiday Pictures; On the Beach at Bognor; Women’s Outing]
|Date||[ca. 1940 - 1941]||ID||238|
Dorothy and Janet, the film-maker's nieces, are filmed riding their bicycles in a garden. A holiday to Cornwall is followed by images of children riding ponies along the beach at Bognor Regis. The film ends with images of women from Rutland Hall in Hove on a bus daytrip.
[Home and garden scenes; Springtime; Bluebells; Child at play]
|Date||1939 - 1940||ID||4515|
This amateur film captures aspects of village life in Fernhurst in springtime in the late 1930s. The film-maker records part of his journey on the train from London to West Sussex and whilst in the village films a visiting circus and children playing at home in their gardens.
This film documents family life at their home in Ottershaw in the months running up to the Second World War. The film features family life and group outings to Arundel Castle, two trips to Farnborough model railway and participation at a school sports day at Wallop School. The film ends with preparations for war - building an air raid shelter in October 1939.
[Wedding; Play; Hike; Farm]
A film in three parts, which includes a family wedding, children at play, a family hike on the South Downs and through farmland.
[The Vegetable Gardens and War Damage]
An amateur film featuring family and friends and scenes of the family garden in Chichester during the Second World War.
This colour and black and white edited family film features the family home in Ottershaw between 1940 and 1942, a visit to Somerton in Somerset and Mr Giles in his Auxillary Fire Servce (AFS) uniform with Bugatti Fire Engine. The family are also seen playing with toys in the garden, ice skating on a frozen pond, at a sports day event and scenes of a rugby game at Allen House School.
[Portrait of a little boy]
A well constructed and charming portrait of a young boy (John Staley) playing in the family garden, filmed by members of the Staley Family. John's parents are Dr Robert Staley and Sylvia Staley.
[Horse Riding on the Beach; Family in Garden]
This black and white film shows the family enjoying a day out on the beach horse riding and playing in rock pools. The family are also seen playing in the garden in Bracklesham (?) and singing songs.
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