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[Holidays to the West Country and Scotland]
An amateur film-maker films family holidays to the South West and Scotland. The holidaymakers tour the coastline and villages in the West County, stopping at Stonehenge on their way home in the South East of England. They visit the east coast of Scotland in the following year, stopping at Dundee and St Andrews before travelling into the Highlands.
Perranporth After the War
This edited black and white and colour film shows a family enjoying a day at the seaside. Family members go for a swim, surf and explore the surrounding countryside.
Members of a group of friends called 'The Gang' cavort on a beach. The men wear women's swimwear while a boy wearing a girl's bikini does a wriggly dance. Women members of 'The Gang' try to change into their swim wear on the beach and are later seen drying off with much hilarity and more cross-dressing.
[Show Jumping; Family Leisure and Holidays; School Sports Day]
|Date||[ca. 1953]; [ca. 1959]||ID||5441|
This colour and black and white film documents the Wood family on holiday in Cornwall and Devon. The film shows the family at home and at a children's sports day event and showjumping contest.
Cornish Holiday 1951
An amateur record of a family motoring holiday to Cornwall which includes footage of the harbour villages of Looe and Polperro.
[Summer Holidays in Cornwall]
A home movie from the early 1950s featuring the Murray family on holiday in Cornwall. The family are seen nearby to their caravan and on trips out to the seaside and countryside.
[Easter Holiday in Cornwall]
Documenting the Newman family's holiday to Cornwall in 1952, this film follows the family on a walk from their holiday cottage along the Cornish coastline, to Treen Cliff Bay.
A Family Tradition
A promotional film showing the processes involved in making Shippam’s paste; from farm to factory, narrated by MacDonald Hobley.
[Storm at Seaford; holiday in Cornwall; roller skating]
An amateur home movie from the mid 1950s featuring the members of the Murray family. The first part of the film includes scenes of the children and their parents in the Seaford area, the middle features a family holiday to Cornwall, and the latter part shows a storm and subsequent damage at Seaford.
In this film the Newman family go on holiday to Cornwall in 1954. A visit to St. Michael's Mount is filmed, along with scenes of the family relaxing at the beach.
[Children on the Beach]
|Date||[ca. 1958]; 1960||ID||6151|
Titled 'Children on The Beach', this film, taken from 1958 to 1960, also shows the family's holiday to Cornwall in 1970.
[Summer Holiday in Newquay]
Footage of a family holiday in Newquay, that includes scenes of the film-maker's wife, Kay, and their two daughters playing on several sandy beaches and in rock pools; visiting a family, playing with their children and taking an outing. We also see the film-maker playing with his youngest daughter on a beach building sandcastles and posing for portraits on a rocky cliff top. Domestic scenes also show the family together as they leave a house.
[Peter Pan's Playground; Holiday to Cornwall]
This film shows a family outing to Peter Pan's Playground in Brighton where the children play on the rides. The second film shows a family holiday to Cornwall with a visit to a postcard shop, views of St Michael's Mount, the family exploring the rocky and wooded coastline by car and on foot, and the children bathing in the sea. Panoramic coastal shots close the film.
[Vacation Leave: Mylor]
|Date||1958; 8 May 1958||ID||7731|
This film shows a family holiday to Corrnwall, visiting several coastal towns and villages, including Mylor Bridge, Helston for the Helston Furry festival and Falmouth Harbour with Pendennis Castle.
[Tunbridge Wells; Holiday to Cornwall (?)]
A family film containing scenes of a domestic garden; a visit to Tunbridge Wells; a large country house and a holiday to Cornwall(?).
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