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A compilation of amateur material shot by a member of Haywards Heath Cine & Video Society. The film begins with a sequence dedicated to pub exteriors and their signs. The film-maker and his wife visit Gloucester Cathedral and the model village at Bourton-on-the-Water before sunbathing on the beach at Beer, watching the fishing boats coming in.
[B.P.C. Outing; Picnic]
|Date||28 June 1950||ID||1444|
This film records the British Phosphate Commissioners' Annual Picnic in 1950.
Local Scenes; Family Pictures
A compilation of scenes filmed by Mr Phil Ellis. They include records of day trips and events within the South East of England such as a motorcycle run from Tattenham Corner in Surrey down to Brighton.
[Old Boy's Reunion; At Home Day; Sports]
|Date||[Ca. early 1950s]||ID||12267|
An amateur film of an open day at Fegans Children's Home in Stony Stratford.
A Family Tradition
A promotional film showing the processes involved in making Shippam’s paste; from farm to factory, narrated by MacDonald Hobley.
Afloat on the Thames
Two couples enjoy a motor boating holiday along the River Thames, passing through several locks, stopping at riverside pubs and towns, fishing off the side of the boat, cooking and cleaning, and observing the serene river lifestyle. The film's main cameraman was a member of Haywards Heath & District Amateur Cine Society.
[Swimming; Croquet; Target Golf]
Lambert family visits in the summer, a trip abroad and snow scenes from the early 1960s.
A film featuring the Tott family entertaining their friends and relations at Christmas in 1963. The family eat, have drinks and cake. Outside there are scenes of snow. Indoors family and friends gather.
[Millstone dressing. Stevington. Three locks Pitstone]
The film shows scenes of work on a millstone at Stevington windmill, followed by scenes at the Three Locks on Grand Union Canal and final scenes of Pitstone Mill.
[Ditchling Horse Show; Crawley; A Travelogue in Film]
'A Gemden Film' featuring gymkhana scenes, views of Crawley town centre, visits to a wood and Bekonscot, a model village, and airport, in the mid-1960s.
1. Family activities with grandparents. 2. West Country holiday. 3. Holiday in Buckinghamshire
A selection of short films showing family life, including outings and holidays. Children play in a garden, the family visit Lyme Regis, go camping and visit Burnham Beeches.
[Bank Holiday Fair at Worthing; Chester Zoo; Family at Swanbourne and London; New Forest Ponies]
The film-maker's family are seen on outings at various locations in the UK including: Chester Zoo; Jodrell Bank with views of several Radio Telescopes: Swanbourne: the New Forest: and at home in Worthing. Brief scenes show a CND march through London as filmed from a moving car.
[Patcham House Special School: Sports and Outings]
The pupils of Patcham House Special school in East Sussex filmed by the Headmaster taking part in the 'National Spastics Games', at play and on a number of class outings. The children have a range of physical needs and disabilities.
Our World: Woodcraft Folk
Please note: this film contains language which is racially offensive. We have left the film in its original state to ensure historical accuracy. This semi-fictional film from 1975 presents the work of the Woodcraft Folk, "an educational movement for children and young people [which] aims to develop self-confidence and activity in society...building a world based on equality, friendship, peace and co-operation."
[Patcham House Special School: Football; playground; Jubilee; Outings]
A compilation of amateur films filmed by the headmaster of Patcham House Special School. Pupils and staff are seen on numerous class outings, at play at the school and competing at the 'National Spastics Games'.
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