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[Children Playing in Garden III]
A short film of the Gowlland family children, showing Rosemary, John and Mark playing in the garden. John plays with a toy machine gun, Rosemary rides a bicycle, John rides a tricycle, and their younger brother Mark is pulled along in a toy cart.
[Christenings; Children at Play; Parties]
This black and white and colour film, shows children playing in a courtyard and garden, a boy climbing a tree, a christening, a party, a family gathering in a garden, and a tennis party.
[Holiday in Holland]
This black and white holiday film follows the Hinchliff family on holiday in the Netherlands. The family visit central Amsterdam, Bloemendaal and surrounding rural areas taking in the sights.
This very short film shot on black and white 'Kodak (Eastman) Super-X Panchromatic reversal stock' (?) features the Corder family on a day out in the local park. The children play together on the grass and the adults join them carrying tennis rackets and pushing bicycles.
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.
[County Rally; Camps; Inspections]
|Date||24 - 26 May 1947||ID||9917|
This colour film opens with a Sussex County Scouting Rally at Whitsun with Lord Rowallan inspecting the sites with County Commissioner Colonel Hickie, and Field Commander for Sussex 'Uncle Bill' Genese. Views of the event include several parades, presentations, displays and performing arts demonstrations on the field in front of Stanmer House.
A professionally-made film in which BBC Sports commentator Raymond Glendenning tours Sussex on a Penny Farthing bicycle, stopping at places of local interest including Arundel Castle, the beach at Littlehampton and the racecourses at Fontwell Park and Goodwood. The film has an accompanying music and commentary soundtrack.
[Seaside; Bonfire; Garden; Rustington Hotel; Churches; Squirrels; 6th Birthday Cake; Fireworks]
|Date||[ca. 1948 - 1949]||ID||9145|
This film shows several domestic garden scenes and family travelogues across East and West Sussex. Scenes include the children swimming and playing on several beaches; views of religious buildings; The Rustington Hotel Eastbourne; and panoramic rooftop views across the Meads area of Eastbourne towards the Wish Tower/ Martelo Tower.
[Children from Ockenden Venture [?]: Twins]
|Date||1949 - 1951||ID||7068|
The Ockenden twins play in the garden as toddlers.
Great Walstead [School: Boys Sports Day]
A titled and edited family film showing a series of non-traditional events at two Great Walstead Preparatory School Sports days. Events include a book-on-head balancing event whilst going under a pole limbo-style, a knocking nails in to wood event, a balloon hitting race, a fully covered sack race event, a bicycle circuits race whilst doing maths questions; and a boys fancy dress competition with face masks, fake noses and moustaches.
Safe or Sorry
A road safety film for children demonstrating what not to do when playing on the street or cycling on the road. Instructions on how to cross safely come form 'Safety Sam' and information is given about getting getting bicycle breaks checked.
Odd Man In
A drama about a man with no money in Tunbridge Wells who tries various modes of transport and finishes at a cricket match.
Festival Year + Summer Interlude + Lancing Old Time Dance Association
Scenes of a parade through Shoreham, a family holiday in Sussex and outings to Weymouth and Kent by the Lancing Old Time Dance Association, filmed and compiled with intertitles by Frank Kessler.
A compilation filmed by a local cine society showing events around Brighton, Hove and Southwick.
A road safety film presented by Greenwich Local Safety Committee. The film describes the importance to the country of workers in British industry and warns against the dangers of being overly hasty when returning home after work. The fictional account shows three factory workers who risk death on the roads in their haste to get home.
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