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[Holiday to the West Country]
|Date||1960 - 1964||ID||5665|
This film contains footage of the Dickins' home life in Surrey and the surrounding area. There is also footage from various day trips, and holidays to the West Country and Spain. Note: The online film clip includes footage from an 'oral history' interview conducted with John Dickins in February 2008.
This film follows the Corder family on holiday in Newquay, Cornwall. The family play on the beach, have a game of tennis at the Bredon Court (Hotel ?) Tennis Court, feed ducks in a park and seagulls on the beach.
A compilation of colour amateur material recording places in rural East and West Sussex in the early 1960s.
A member of Haywards Heath Cine Society films the two-man crabber teams at work off the Cornish coast at Coverack. Their hauls of shellfish are purchased by the Newlyn-based 'W. Harvey & Sons Shellfish Merchants', and are deshelled by female workers.
[RSPCA Bird Hospital and Sanctuary; Cornish Seabirds]
An amateur cameraman films the birds being cared for at the RSPCA Wild Bird Hospital and Sanctuary at Mousehole in Cornwall, and the seabirds which populate the rugged coastline.
[Family Scenes; Cornish Holiday]
This film shows the Brickell children walking to a park and playing on a miniature narrow gauge railway [Beech Hurst?], followed by a compilation of holiday scenes in Cornwall with the family walking along the cliffs at Lizard Point, visiting Trinity House and Lizard Lighthouse.
An animated commercial title reads "Our Holiday", followed by scenes of the family on holiday in the Little Orchard Holiday Village in Cornwall, with views of the coastline at St Agnes.
This compilation shows domestic and rural views of the family on a series of countryside walks, visiting a cemetery [dark shots] and paddling and swimming on a beach rock pool [Cornwall?].
[Holiday to Cornwall; Second Holiday on the Broads]
A Murray family home movie from the mid 1960s featuring two family holidays. The first to Polzeath and Polperro in Cornwall, and the second to the Norfolk Broads.
[Cornwall Holiday] [Part One]
This film shows a family holiday to Polzeath (?) Cornwall, with the family boarding a catamaran named "Triptych", visiting a town and swimming and playing together on a beach. The second part shows rural scenes at a farm and coastal views across cliffs out to sea. The film concludes with the family on a coastal walk capturing panoramic views of the landscape.
[Cornwall Holiday] [Part Two]
This holiday film shows several Cornish coastal cliff views and the family visiting the fishing village at Port Isaac, passing the Wheelhouse Restuarant with views of the harbour. The film closes with a series of coastal views and the children exploring the ruins of Tintagel Castle.
[Cornwall Holiday] [Part Three]
A family holiday film to Polzeath, Conwall that shows a boat trip (dark images), a beach, views of Hayle Bay, with panning shots of houses on the hills above the coast, and exterior views of the family's holiday home "Rosanagh". The group are filmed packing their belongings and leaving in their car. Brief final scenes show a tractor in a field and a parked car.
[Camping Holiday in the West Country; Boating; East Anglia; Old Boys fete]
|Date||1965 - 1969||ID||5669|
This film contains scenes from various holidays taken between 1965 and 1969. This includes Ernest and Gladys Dickins' retirement trip to North America, as well as several camping trips within the UK.
[Holiday to Cornwall]
|Date||[ca. late 1960s]; [23 July 1973?]||ID||6429|
A holiday film that includes: the family playing with inflatable rings in a pool; several men dressed in nightgowns leaving a holiday chalet; the family visiting a deer and bird park; and touring the coastline at Lands End. A sign reads "Criga Hotel Reception" followed by wide panoramic views of the rocky coastline and beach. The film closes with shots of holiday makers packing a narrow stretch of beach, and outside several tiered beach huts.
This family film opens with snowy scenes of the family home and garden in Chobham, Surrey, followed by scenes of the family on holiday in Cornwall, Dymchurch, Thurleston, Norfolk, West Bay and boarding a P&O ferry the SS Oriana, on route to Australia (?). This film is intertitled throughout and has an animated opening title.
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