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[Fegans Early Days; Visit to Zoo; Sports; Open Day]
Boys from Fegans Childrens Homes visit the zoo, go camping and travel to Liverpool before assembling back at school for an Open Day.
[Family trips and scout camp]
An amateur film of various events including a scout camp and a royal cavalcade.
[Scouting; Bank Holiday at Hastings; Visit to London; Holiday in France]
A home movie compilation which includes footage of Scouts, Cubs and Rangers on camping trips; events at Hastings over a Bank Holiday weekend; a visit to London and a holiday in France.
A charming amateur film with intertitles which lovingly chronicles the residents, workers and events which populated the Kent village of Speldhurst in the mid-1930s. The film includes images of the 1935 Silver Jubilee celebrations which took place locally.
[War Time at Mile Oak School; Boys Camp; Family Scenes]
|Date||[ca. 1935]; 1937; 1942||ID||239|
A compilation of amateur material shot by the Headmaster of Mile Oak Approved Boys School. The film includes footage showing the impact of the Second World War on the school - pupils are filmed building air-raid shelters, as is the aftermath of a bombing raid.
[Army Camp Scenes; Men on Parade; Marching]
This film shows the Queen's Royal (West) Surrey Regiment on and off duty at a campsite.
[Tank Demonstration; Camp Scenes; Parade]
This collection of short black and white films show the Queen's Royal (West) Surrey Regiment watching an armoured car/tank gun demonstration by a fleet of vehicles in open countryside(?). The Queen's Royal (West) Surrey Regiment military band parade in a field, playing instruments whilst the bandmaster conducts them.
[Bognor Regis: Odds and Ends]
"A film of shreds and patches," or a compilation of short scenes on a family holiday, at an airfield and in the garden filmed and compiled with intertitles by Dr. Thomas Hately MacFie in 1937.
[Camp at Walton; Coronation Parade; School Sports]
The Headmaster of Mile Oak Approved Boys School films his pupils aboard a paddle steamer, and the Martello campsite at Walton-on-the-Naze. The boys are later seen participating in a cross-country run and in various Sports Day events, including tug-of-war, a sack race, and the long jump - the victors are awarded prizes. The inhabitants of Portslade mark Coronation Day, 12th May 1937, with a parade of floats.
A film comprised from a range of scenes, mostly depicting friends enjoying their time at Rustington Lido holiday camp in the 1930s. Games of tennis and rugby and scenes showing friends laughing and chatting and playing practical jokes on one another.
[The Battle of Cable Street]
Amateur film by Lewis Rosenberg showing large crowds during the clash of demonstrators and protesters amid a heavy police presence in Cable Street, London. The film then shows Besque refugee children at a fund raising event, and young communists at a summer camp in Kent.
[Boys' Brigade Camp at Camber Sands]
This amateur film shows the 66th Kentish Town Company Boys' Brigade camp to Camber Sands, near Rye. The film contains shots of the boys leaving London and at camp at Camber Sands. They are seen enjoying a range of activities such as sports, horse riding and playing on the beach. At the end of the film the boys can be seen at Rye station waiting for the train back to London.
[Forest Hill Visit to London; Scout Parade; Summer Camp]
This film shows recently honoured service men and women emerging through the gates outside Buckingham Palace following an investiture. This is followed by Cubs, Scouts and Guides parading in a bombed out street, with views inside their club room, undertaking training exercises. The film closes with views of Scouts at a camp in Croydon.
[Family Scenes and Scout Activities]
|Date||[1942 - 1952]||ID||9909|
This film features Scout groups on camp, along with various family scenes in a domestic home and garden.
[Haywards Heath Rovers Camp; Building Rover Scout Hut]
This colour film features views of the 1st Haywards Heath Rover Scout campsite with additional shots of the rural landscape and chalk cliffs around the camp. Scenes show the scouts working together to build a camp; scenes of a badge award ceremony, a formal dinner and portrait shots of several Boy Scouts. The film ends with a group of men building a new Rover Scout Hut.
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