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Snaps of Bournmouth [sic]
This short film shows a group holiday to Bournemouth, with the group walking along a street; views of the beach and coastline; a woman with a camera walking on the rocks closing with views of Bournemouth pier.
British Home Design [Davis Estates Ltd]
A film by Davis Estates Ltd promoting their new suburban housing developments in the counties surrounding London. The film shows the building process and takes a tour of the new buildings and interiors. The local amenities and access to London by rail are emphasised along with the advantage of purchase over renting.
[Whitsun Tea Parties; Beach; Boating; Bike]
|Date||May 1935 - June 1935; May 1936 - June 1936||ID||6086|
Film of the Newman family with friends and on holiday. Amongst other activities, they have tea with friends on Whit Monday and travel with their daughter to Bournemouth where she plays on the beach.
Scenes from all along the South Coast from Bournemouth to Margate, broken up by intertitles and produced by Marion Grierson in the 1930s.
[Holiday to Bournemouth [?]]
|Date||[ca. 1950]; [ca. 1953]||ID||4455|
Interior, seaside and village scenes, including those filmed at Bournemouth in Coronation year, 1953, by an unknown film-maker while on outings and holidays.
[St Lawrence College CCF; Harvest Festival; Bournemouth; Silver City Aircraft at Manston; Cricket at Hastings]
|Date||1959; 27 September 1959; 1960||ID||9166|
This edited film shows scenes of a St Lawrence College CCF military demonstration with a military band, a field of poppies, and family group portraits in a garden. A harvest festival celebration takes place at the Three Bridges Free Church with flowers and vegetables on the stage. An outing to Milford-on-Sea, is followed by further scenes of a Military band display. The next sequence shows a HP81 Hermes 4A Silver City aeroplane (G-ALDU) at Manston Airfield and a cricket match at the Devonshire Terrace, Hastings.
[Rural Scenes; Outings; Holidays; Bluebell Railway; Eastbourne Trams; Rough Sea at Seaford]
|Date||1960 - 1962||ID||4154|
A compilation of home movie material which includes footage of hunting with hounds, family outings to beaches, and holidays to the Westcountry.
A well-shot and edited amateur colour film of the 12th October 1961 wedding day of a middle-aged couple in Kent, and of their subsequent honeymoon in Dorset, Hampshire and Kent.
[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].
Farewell to Steam
A film maker's record of the last steam-hauled passenger and freight trains running along the West of England mainline from London Waterloo on route through the West Country, seen from a rural location next to a lake.
Garden Scenes; Glenesk House Sports Day; Canford School Boat Club]
This edited family film shows the family during the Glenesk House Preparatory School sports day event, with the children participating in races and events. The next section shows a cricket match on a village green followed by the Canford School Boat club rowing on the River Thames at Barnes, and travelling via train from Woking on a trip to Bournemouth (?).
Time to Eat
Managers and teachers working in the South East's catering industry are interviewed to explain how electricity has changed modern meals, preparation times and eating habits in this film produced by Drayton Film Productions Ltd. for The Electricity Council, London, in 1973.
[Day by Day; Spain]
A news report from The Costa Blanca on the price of retiring to Spain, produced by North Downs Cinematograph Society in around 1973.
Enough to Make Your Hair Curl
A working day at Rosalie’s, a small hairdressing salon on Bournemouth Road, Folkestone. The film has a music soundtrack.
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