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The wedding party are shown leaving a house for the service at St Columba's Presbyterian Church, Worthing. The party pose on the steps of the church before entering, followed by shots of the ceremony before the bride and groom pose together outside the church with the guests. The couple leave the church for their reception by car, followed by shots of their speeches and the cutting of the two-tiered wedding cake.
This film shows scenes from a wedding gathering, in an urban street. Friends and family wait for the bride and groom to arrive in their cars, and guests greet them outside the churchyard. The bridesmaids pose for photographs in their pink gowns, followed by the bride in a traditional white dress, entering the churchyard with an older man (possibly her father ?).
[Friend’s Family Wedding]
This brief film shows the bride and groom exiting a church following their wedding ceremony. A large group of friends and family gather outside the church to congratulate the newlyweds, where a girl gives a lucky horse shoe to the bride, before posing for photographs. The bride and groom pose with other friends and family outside the church, before leaving in an open top vintage car [continued on TID:6419 and Reception on TID:6417].
[Bognor Regis Carnival; Lynmouth]
An amateur film from the early 1960s featuring a parade which is part of the Bognor Regis Carnival. The end of the film includes scenes from Lynmouth, Devon.
That Old Feeling
|Date||21 December 1963; 28 March 1964||ID||5808|
This two part intertitled film shows the celebration of a silver wedding anniversary event at The Sir Robert Peel pub in Chatham, Kent with various scenes of dancing, guests mingling and an older couple cutting a cake. This is followed by scenes from a wedding, at St. Paul's church in Maidstone (the old Church on Fisher Street), with shots of the wedding party outside the church, and in a domestic interior, celebrating with drinks and opening cards and presents.
[Ena & Colin’s Wedding]
This brief film shows Ena & Collin's wedding at North Bersted parish church, that includes two men wearing carnations in their button holes standing on a street near two decorated 1960s, pastel coloured cars. The film closes with a group portrait with three bridesmaids in floor-length red dresses standing outside a house, and the bride and groom entering and exiting the church posing for photographs.
[Royal Oak New Year]
An amateur film from the mid 1960s featuring a new year party at the Royal Oak pub in North Bersted, near Bognor Regis. High-spirited partygoers drink, dance and interact with the film-maker, most wearing fancy dress and party hats.
[Ena & Colin’s Wedding: The Reception]
This short film shows scenes from Ena and Colin's wedding reception. Food is presented on a long table with the tiered wedding cake and the bridesmaid’s flower bouquets, on a small table beside it. Guests gather to watch the bride and groom cut the cake, and the wedding party dance on the dance floor [Continuation of the wedding on TID: 6408; TID: 6419].
[Christmas and Other Winter Celebrations]
|Date||December 1965; 1966||ID||2794|
The film-maker's family sit down to their Christmas meal. The television is on in the background. After the meal, the family sing and dance by the piano. More family scenes follow, showing the children playing. The film [not included in online clip] ends with Woodward's youngest daughter playing in the bath with the soap bubbles.
[Polegate Windmill Opening; Holiday in Scotland]
|Date||1 July 1967||ID||2305|
Villagers in Polegate attend the official re-opening of the restored Polgate windmill. The event held on the 1st July 1967 shows a raffle, speeches, the official opening of the door and the sails turning.
[Independence LNA military parade]
|Date||[23 October 1967]||ID||7763|
The opening of Lusaka International Airport in October 1967, with views of the new terminal building from the runway. Press and news crews stand inside the terminal building listening to a man on a podium. The second part shows the LNA marching band and troops of soldiers and sailors parading through a street for the Independence Anniversary parade (?).
His 5 O’Clock Bride
This film shows a brief shot of the exterior of the Grand Hall at Olympia, followed by extended scenes of an informal and lively wedding celebration.
[Guinea Pig Club Reunions 1969 to 1974]
|Date||1969 to 1974||ID||12206|
Guinea Pig Club reunions from 1969 to 1974 held by former wartime patients of the Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, who had received reconstructive plastic surgery. The film shows the exterior of the Queen Victoria Hospital buildings and scenes of the town and the club members and families relaxing in the pool area of the Feldbridge Hotel.
Family Christmas gathering
A short amateur home movie from the early 1970s featuring a brief scene of two children feeding a horse and donkey over a fence, family Christmas celebrations at home with portraits of the group opening Champaign and the children playing in a garden.
[Guinea Pig Club Reunions 1976 to 1978]
Film of the reunions of the Guinea Pig Club who's members had received reconstructive plastic surgery at the Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead. The reunions held on 1976, 1977 and 1978 show the group, with their families chatting and drinking outside at the Bahama Bar in the Feldbridge Hotel. In a subsequent year the club meet at the Copthorne Hotel.
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