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[Holiday Isle of Wight; Christmas]
A family holiday to the Isle of Wight [not included in online clip] with several children playing on the beach, swimming in the water and water skiing. Shots include several ferries and boats passing the coastline and a brief view of The Needles. [Included in online clip] The second part shows the Burns family garden near Bersted (?), that includes a woman hanging out the washing [dark], and a snowy scene with the family building a snowman.
[Stock Car Racing at Arlington]
A family outing to Arlington Raceway to watch a Stock Car race. The stadium is packed with spectators as the cars do laps of the track. The film-maker captures several spectacular crashes, as drivers abandon their upturned cars on the track. The film also includes a short scene of a mother and two boys on a residential street and on the motor boats at Hotham Park (?).
[Hotham Park Country Fair]
Scenes from the annual Hotham Park Country Fair in Bognor Regis during 1962. Morris dancers perform a number of dances, watched by numerous spectators. In a playground, a young boy rides a tricycle and two children feed a Llama.
Holiday at Bognor Regis
This amateur film contains scenes from a holiday to Bognor Regis. There are also shots of Arundel and Chichester.
[Park; Stool Ball Club; County Show]
This home movie features the Greenshields family at home and on outings in West Sussex. The film opens at Petworth House, where the family collect mushrooms in the grounds; at home the children play with toys in the garden; they visit a County Fair and enjoy time on the beach at Bracklesham Bay.
A Visit to our South Coast Resorts
This amateur film documents towns and villages along the coast of East and West Sussex. Starting in Eastbourne, the film-maker records typical seaside and harbour scenes, travelling westwards along the coast. The film concludes at Bognor Regis.
Film of the Bognor Regis Carnival featuring key events across the town, with 'beauty queens', celebrities and local groups taking part.
[School Playground Activities]
This short film shows a group of young children performing scenes from a play and/or dance in the school playground. A boy holds up a sign that reads: "Wanted Enterprising Girl for Office".
[Friend’s Family Wedding]
This brief film shows the bride and groom exiting a church following their wedding ceremony. A large group of friends and family gather outside the church to congratulate the newlyweds, where a girl gives a lucky horse shoe to the bride, before posing for photographs. The bride and groom pose with other friends and family outside the church, before leaving in an open top vintage car [continued on TID:6419 and Reception on TID:6417].
[Bognor Regis Carnival; Lynmouth]
An amateur film from the early 1960s featuring a parade which is part of the Bognor Regis Carnival. The end of the film includes scenes from Lynmouth, Devon.
[Carnival; Mowing in Garden]
This short film shows two brief scenes, the first shows a pram or Canaval float on a street, followed by scenes of a woman and two children, playing with a tricycle, mowing the lawn with an engine driven lawn mower and playing on play equipment; that includes a seesaw with a large group of children. The film closes with shots of a bird nesting in a large pile of pale coloured bricks.
[Royal Oak Darts Outing]
|Date||[29 June 1963]||ID||6399|
A film showing the Royal Oak Darts group on an outing to Windsor via Maidenhead, by coach and boat (continues on TID: 6403 and 6410)
[Ena & Colin’s Wedding]
This brief film shows Ena & Collin's wedding at North Bersted parish church, that includes two men wearing carnations in their button holes standing on a street near two decorated 1960s, pastel coloured cars. The film closes with a group portrait with three bridesmaids in floor-length red dresses standing outside a house, and the bride and groom entering and exiting the church posing for photographs.
[Royal Oak Outing]
|Date||[29 June 1963?]||ID||6410|
A short compilation showing the men's Royal Oak pub darts group on an outing in a Southdown Coach and later a boat. The group stop for a comfort break in a rural heath land location, to drink alcohol and play a game of short cricket, before continuing on their journey through a busy town. The group later board a ferry on a river or canal watching the scenery and other water traffic. [This may be part of the trip to Windsor via Maidenhead on 6399 & 6403?]
[Royal Oak New Year]
An amateur film from the mid 1960s featuring a new year party at the Royal Oak pub in North Bersted, near Bognor Regis. High-spirited partygoers drink, dance and interact with the film-maker, most wearing fancy dress and party hats.
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