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[Canterbury Cricket and Wedding]
This film shows a match at the Kent County Cricket Club's ground at St Lawrence, Canterbury. The film focuses on the spectators rather than the match showing the crowds arriving, watching in deckchairs and in the hospitality tents. There are also scenes of a family wedding in Canterbury, where some of the guests where eye-catching hats.
[Snow; Moving House; Whitsun Camp; Folkestone Holiday]
This film shows a family moving house, going on a camping holiday, playing on a beach and visiting the Kent town of Canterbury. The family tour the street, capturing views of the historic Cathedral gate, War Memorial and shops. The film closes with several members of the family rowing Skiffs on the River Thames.
This is Broadstairs
A seaside publicity film advertising the attractions of the Kent resort of Broadstairs. An update of the 1965 film ~"Broadstairs...Of Course!"~ the film promotes Broadstairs' main attractions of the sandy bays, leisure activities and local events including the Dickens festival, beauty contest, water gala and folk festival.
All Go Margate
Television personality Michael Aspel introduces this publicity film entitled 'All Go Margate', promoting Margate as a 'favourite family resort'.
South Coast Resorts: Maidstone & District Version
A promotional film made during the early 1970s to promote coach holidays to south coast resorts. Numerous resorts and sights of interest are featured, alongside a commentary which commends coach travel as the best way to experience the south coast of England.
Ramsgate: A Picture to Remember
A publicity film for the Kent resort of Ramsgate. The film advertises Ramsgate as a popular seaside resort with a variety of activities to tempt visitors.
The Making of Kent
A documentary about the work of the planning authority in Kent, focusing on the character of Kent - as expressed through its buildings and architectural history.
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.
Herne Bay Pier. Prince Charles visit to Westgate in Canterbury
The day after a storm leaves Herne Bay pier badly damaged on 11th January 1978. A visit to Canterbury by Prince Charles on 9th November 1978. Home movie footage of a christening and scenes of a Clague family member's house and garden.
Magda i Karoll - My Kochamy Was!
|Date||28 July - 4 August 1979||ID||5867|
This film shows a first visit to England for Magda and Karoll (a teenage brother and sister from Poland- some of their family are seen in TID 5865). The film shows tours of many locations in the South of England and visits to family and friends. Included are views of Rochester Castle, Allington Castle, Canterbury Cathedral, Dungeness, Ipswich, and various landmarks in London such as the Cenotaph and 10 Downing Street on Whitehall and Westminster Cathedral.
The Paper Run
This short colour film with sound track and musical accompaniment shows the system of waste paper collection organised by the Canterbury Cine Club to raise money for club funds. Bundles of paper are collected from suburban houses, dropped at central sites, collected in a van, and then taken to the Bowater Paper Mill at Kemsley near Sittingbourne.
[Canterbury East Signal Box. Demolitions: Alexandra Terrace and the Marlowe Theatre]
The first part of this film shows the workings of the signal box at Canterbury East and trains at the station. The second part shows demolition work on buildings opposite Canterbury East railway station and the demolition of the Marlowe Theatre.
The Pope’s Visit to Canterbury
|Date||29 May 1982||ID||925|
A record of the historic visit to Canterbury by Pope John Paul II, showing his ride through the streets in the ‘Pope mobile’ and his visit to Canterbury Cathedral.
Kent: The Weald and the Marsh
Part of the 'Regions of Britain' series and sponsored by Shell UK, this Travelogue style film takes the viewer through the Kentish countryside including fruit orchards, hop gardens, villages, woodland, marshes and the architecture of the county. The film shows Canterbury Cathedral, Romney, Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone, the River Medway, and fishing at Dungeness.
This film, which has music, commentary and titles, covers several events in Canterbury in 1983, including a carnival, a marathon and a visit to the city by Diana, Princess of Wales.
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