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[Yvonne Arnaud Theatre]
|Date||[ca. early 1960s]||ID||1572|
This amateur film captures the ceremony marking the beginning of the construction of the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford. Local dignitaries and actors make speeches to mark the commencement of piling on site. Vanessa Redgrave casts her foot in wet concrete and talks with the builders.
[Traffic in Carfax and Horsham]
|Date||1960 - 1961||ID||3628|
An amateur colour film which records life on and around Horsham's streets in the early 1960s.
[Family Scenes: Baby; Toddler; Fancy Dress Party; Wedding]
A home movie featuring family and friends of the Lewis Family made during the 1960s.
|Date||[ca. 1960 - 1965]||ID||5021|
A collection of local scenes of Guildford, that includes several local churches, hospitals, the high street and waterways.
|Date||[ca. 1960 - 1963]||ID||5022|
A short film showing the construction work at The Cathedral Church of the Holy Spirit, Guildford, later known as Guildford Cathedral before the erection of the church tower. Scenes show the interior of the Church with work being undertaken, and views through several stained and plain glass windows.
[Building Works; Wedding]
A two part film. The first film shows a building construction project in progress, with workers using heavy machinery and manual tools to lay the foundations. A man in a grey suit accompanied by a woman, inspects one of the trenches, as the workers continue around them. The second film shows a group of adults and children making their way to a wedding, dressed in formal clothing; followed by scenes of the wedding party arriving at North Bersted church.
In Search of Security [USIS]
|Date||[ca. 1960s - 1970s ?]||ID||7060|
Vietnamese and Highland Tribes who have been displaced are seen in temporary camps and new settlements, building and making new lives.
[Ridley’s Corner; Youth Band; Girl Guides; Shopping Centre; Carnival; The British and Foreign Bible Society; Senior Department Outing]
|Date||1960; 3 September 1960||ID||9167|
This edited film features scenes of various local events including a YPF hockey match, portraits outside TBFC; views of the woodland and a large house at Ridley's Corner; a Cub Scout camp in a field, St Lawrence College CCF military band and ceremony (same as TID: 9166), views of a several stately homes and gardens through the seasons, a house being renovated, a marching band at the Queen's Square shopping centre with a carnival parade; and the British & Foreign Bible Society stand. The film closes with a 'senior department' outing to a beach (Littlehampton?).
[Chichester Festival Theatre Topping Day]
|Date||23 November 1961||ID||3945|
Scenes filmed at Chichester Festival Theatre on Topping Day, 23 November 1961. Sir Laurence Olivier, the theatre's first Artistic Director, makes a speech to construction workers, raising his glass to 'all the people who have thought up this beautiful idea... and who are going to use it and make a success out of it.'
[The Building of Chichester Festival Theatre]
Excerpts from interviews with Dr. Guthrie and Leslie Evershed-Martin concerning the building of Chichester Festival Theatre and its first Artistic Director Sir Laurence Olivier and actuality footage of HRH Princess Margaret laying the foundation stone, produced by documentary maker Bill Mason for Southern Television in May 1961.
Building Whitehill Service Station
The modernisation of Meopham garage is recorded in this amateur film. The old garage site is extended and the workshops are dismantled, making room for a newly branded forecourt and showroom.
['Little Old Hay' Brenchley - No. 1]
|Date||1961 - 1962||ID||986|
A home movie featuring the renovation and improvement of a new home - 'Little Old Hay' at Brenchley in Kent. Members of the Robbins family work together to build a new greenhouse, make repairs to the cottage and landscape the garden.
[First Film; Test; Railway; High-rise; Church]
A compilation showing several engines and locomotives hauling carriages along a line, with scenes aboard a train and of the local surroundings. Shots are very dark. Urban scenes include Croydon Fire Station, Croydon Power Station towers, industrial cooling towers, high rise buildings under construction, night time shots of neon signs and daytime views of a church.
Footage shot on holiday in Austria by Joe Franks, a key member of the North Downs Cinematograph Society.
St. Mary the Virgin, Reculver - A New Chapter Begins
|Date||1962 - 1963||ID||1107|
An amateur film recording the building and dedication of a new choir vestry for the church of St. Mary the Virgin, Reculver in Kent.
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