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[At the seaside: Outing to Cambridge]
|Date||1949 - 1950||ID||391|
Woolsey family scenes at home in the garden of their house in Shirley, near Croydon, in Surrey, while visiting friends in Cambridge, and on holiday to St. Mary's Bay, near Dymchurch, in Kent, at the beach and miniature railway, across the years 1949 and 1950.
[Up North; Motorcycle Racing; Wilsford Heath Farm]
|Date||1949; 1950; [1951?]||ID||1456|
This film features collected scenes from trips to the English countryside, beginning with Stretton village in Easter 1949. This is followed by horse racing at Huntingdon, motorcycle racing at Cadwell Park, and scenes filmed over several months at Wilsford Heath Farm, Ancaster. The film finishes with footage of Riverside Farm near Stowmarket.
Gowlland Film [Film Diary For 1950]
Film of the Gowlland family in 1950 at home and on outings to Fairlight Cove, London, Cambridge and Gloucestershire. The family also attend a wedding, and celebrate Christmas at home.
Out of the Dark
The story of gas and electric lighting, told by Dr. Arthur Bryant and Professor C. Andrade with reconstructed scenes and footage of ancient, industrial and modern lighting apparatus, produced at Merton Park Studios for the Electrical Development Association in 1951.
[Holiday and Outings]
The Woolsey family on holiday at St. Mary's Bay near Dymchurch in Kent, where they travel on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, a walk around Rye, visits to Folkstone harbour and beach, and family scenes in their garden of their home in Shirley, near Croydon, on Surrey, in 1952.
[Family Events 1956]
Film of the Gowlland family on various outings in the Spring and Summer of 1956. The film shows a trip to Tonbridge at Easter and countryside walks. The family then travel to Canterbury and visit relatives. In May they watch the Cambridge 'May Bumps' rowing race, watch a polo match and visit the Newforest. They hold a garden party at home, watch the London to Brighton Veteran car run, visit a Mink Farm and watch a cricket match.
[Bees; Cambridge; Visit to Tonbridge]; Expo Sussex '68
|Date||[ca. 1966; 1968]||ID||3122|
The first of these two amateur films contains home movie footage of a bees nest, the historic buildings of Cambridge and a family gathering in the garden of a large house. The second film presents images from Expo Sussex '68, an outdoor exhibition of local interest, including vintage motor vehicles, hot air balloons, bellringers and a helicopter display.
The Cambridge Caper [Spring Bank Holiday]
An edited and titled travelogue film of a group trip to Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire, showing scenes at Burghley House (Stamford, Lincolnshire), Ely Cathedral and views of Ely Town (Cambridgeshire). The film also includes views of the historical sights of Cambridge - the University, Punting on the River Cam, Tennyson Statue in Trinity College Chapel, and the Holy Sepulchre church. The film ends with a car journey and scenes at a residential house.
A family travelogue film showing visits to a range of tourist sites, stately homes, gardens and events travelling through Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Warwickshire, then around Cambridge, Buckinghamshire, Kent and London.
[Family scenes; rag and bone man J Mitchell]
|Date||1979 - 1984||ID||213|
This home movie includes footage of a number of events in the life of the Wilson family. The film opens with a graduation, and concludes with a wedding at Lewes Register Office at Southover Grange. Part of the film captures a rag and bone man, J Mitchell, with his horse and cart in Brighton.
A Year in the Life of a Pestalozzi Student [Pestalozzi; Education Today for Tomorrow’s World]
|Date||March - April 2000||ID||8241|
An amateur film produced by students at the Pestalozzi village Sedlescombe as part of their video classes. The film covers aspects of life at the village, including daily routines, education, activities and outings. The students talk about their experiences and take turns in providing a commentary to the film. Their names are listed in the end credits.
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