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[Road Accident; Police and Ambulance Routine]
An educational films demonstrating the work undertaken by the police and ambulance service at road accidents. The accident presented in this film is a fictional one involving a young cyclist and car driver. [The film has no soound]
[Air Display; Preston Park]
A short amateur silent film from the 1970s featuring highlights of several commercial and military aircraft in an air show followed by a scene featuring a child, cycling in the Preston Park area of Brighton.
Friends and Neighbours of Jobes in Balcombe
This film shows a portrait of some of the film-maker's neighbours on his street in Balcombe during sunny and snowy weather.
[Lake District Holiday; Cub Football Match; New Bike]
|Date||1974; 1975; 1976||ID||9412|
A film shows a family camping holiday to Coniston in Cumbria. The film is intercut with shots of a Cub Scout football match. The final part shows the family at home.
The Tea Scone Cops
A classic chase film, with creative intertitles produced by Woking Film Unit as it was then called in the 1970s. A man thinks up a plan to make some money but is caught stealing jewellery. The goods are recovered, earning an old man a handsome reward, while the thief gets away with his crime. The film is accompanied by piano and instrumental music throughout [The sound has been removed on the online clip for copyright purposes].
Jubilee Wye 1977
|Date||7 June 1977||ID||741|
A film showing the scenes and activities for the Queen’s Silver Jubilee in 1977.
Three Days Over There
A film detailing a trip over to France and Belgium. Various towns such as Brugge and Desvres are visited. There are several church interiors shown, as well as a WW1 museum with a preserved trench.
[Family Scenes; Brighton; Port Lympne Zoo near Hythe; Holiday in Canada and the USA; Farming Scenes]
|Date||1979 - 1981||ID||4169|
Scenes filmed by Harry Colley between 1979 and 1981 include those of his daughter's birthday party, the Athena B shipwrecked on Brighton beach, holiday, zoo and and airport scenes, and light aircraft taking off at a farm airstrip, where harvesting is taking place.
[School Gliding Club; Challenge Day; Animations; Retirement Party]
An amateur film of Chatham Technical School for Boys activities at the Kent Gliding Club, the school's first Challenge Day activities, a visit to the Sheerness Lifeboat and a construction site in Chatham.
[Holiday to Germany; Hurstdene Gardens]
This film shows scenes of Heidelberg Castle and Heidelberg Old Town in Germany, followed by shots of a snowy landscape. Mr Woodward's daughter is seen playing with their dog and walking in the countryside with Mr Woodward. The second part shows the family outside a house, filmed from a window, as children ride their bikes in a courtyard below (continued on TID: 2825).
[Children's Film Unit: Detective Film]
A group of children, nicknamed the 'Children's Film Unit' by Michael Gillings, the father of Neville, shoot a chaotic detective movie in Patcham in the 1980s.
[In the Garden; Etc.]
Footage of his wife and son in their garden in Brighton and guests on a visit to the house, filmed by Michael Gillings in the 1980s. Dinky toy animations by Neville are also included.
[Children's Film Unit]
'Children's Film Unit' scenes, so named by Michael Gillings, the father of Neville, who filmed with his friends in the local area of Patcham. Two boys play snakes and ladders. Fiction film scenes follow, with a loose narrative. The boys ride bicycles, crash and fight with one another.
[Patcham Middle School Outings]
An amateur compilation filmed at Patcham Middle School Sports Day by Michael Gillings, with later scenes filmed by Neville Gillings showing his friends on an outing to a farm with his father's camera, in around 1984.
[Carnival; cyclist endurance rally]
A short amateur film which captures a local organisation decorating their float for the Horsham Carnival. The second half of the film features two cyclists taking part in an endurance rally.
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