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An edited and titled film showing views of various domestic and formal gardens including Waddesdon Manor, its gardens and aviary (Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire), and Cliveden Estate (Taplow, Buckinghamshire).
Regnum District Girl Guides: USA Visit 1982
|Date||3 August 1982 - 25 August 1982||ID||3049|
An amateur film-maker captures the highlights of a trip to the east coast of the United States by twenty Girl Guides from Chichester. The group is hosted by the Montauk Girl Scouts, who themselves had visited England two years earlier.
Return to Castle Bemrose
An edited and titled film of scenes from various days out in the Home Counties, including Ivinghoe Beacons (Chiltern Hills), Mentmore Towers, Stonor Park (Henley-on-Thames) and Whipsnade Zoo (Dunstable), including tea in the car park.
|Date||[ca. 1982 - 1985 ?]||ID||5909|
A titled compilation of travelogue films touring the seaside resorts of Paignton, Torbay and Torquay in Devon as a memorial tribute to a family pet Border Collie dog named Jess. The film also includes views of a foot road race, a man on top of a metal container that is being moved by a crane, beach and harbour scenes, visits to several rural village churches and several train journeys.
Bed, Board and Bath
An edited and titled film showing a trip to Bath, with views of the Bath Abbey, the Roman Baths, The Circus and Royal Crescent. Also shown are scenes at various points along the journey, including the Ham Bridge over the River Teme and the Eckington Bridge over the River Avon, ending with a visit to see friends.
|Date||26-27 August 1984; 1984||ID||5908|
This film shows a series of visits to notable landmarks and historic buildings in the home counties including Uffington castle and the 'Horse and Vintage Vehicle Show', Oxfordshire; The Mill at Sonning; Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Northampton); Tower Bridge and Pool of London at St Katharine's Dock; Windsor Great Park with Leptis Magna monuments and Memorials, Berkshire; and the Charles Dickens Centre and Chalet in Rochester.
[Lowfield Heath Windmill Removal to Charlwood]
A film that showcases the removal of the Lowfield Heath windmill, a post mill with a single storey roundhouse, from the Gatwick area to Charlwood, Surrey.
A Milestone for Crawley
A well-made amateur film from 1989 which documents the development of the Hawth Theatre and Arts Centre, Crawley. The film features many local artistic and cultural groups and examines the impact the new centre will have on the town.
The Romany Museum at Selborne
The craftsmanship and artistry of the travelling Roma culture is highlighted in this film. The film records The Romany Museum's collection of 19th and 20th century vehicles and ephemera, illustrating dying artforms and way of life.
[Brighton: Visit to West Pier]
Various shots taken during a guided tour of the West Pier, shown in severe decline, as filmed by by B. C. Suter in the early 1990s.
[Amberley: A Working Museum Part Two]
Part Two of a documentary produced by amateur film-maker B. C. Suter provides a tour of Amberley Museum circa. 1997. Workers at the museum provide demonstrations of their trades and craft skills for the camera including: Arthur Hafenden making a traditional Broom; a Stained Glass Maker's workshop; the Tools and Trades History Society exhibits; Motor Vehicles; the Wheelwrights and the Paviours Museum, among others.
[Amberley: A Working Museum Part One]
Part One [?] of a documentary showing the sights and sounds of Amberley Museum, its working machinery demonstrated by the people volunteering at the site, and by the objects, equipment and machines on display. The film was produced in 1997 by amateur film-maker B. C. Suter, who narrates the film.
[Man in garden; Amberley Museum]
Out-takes and rushes for a film about a man doing several household chores, and scenes recorded at the Amberley museum, part of a wider collection of reels documenting the working life of the museum.
[Amberley: Printing Press]
|Date||[5 April 1997]||ID||7245|
Scenes compiled for a documentary on the workings of Amberley Museum by amateur film-maker B. C. Suter. A volunteer at Amberley Museum demonstrates how to print a design from a copper etching plate using a printing press. A technique originally used from the 15th Century. The woman explains her process to camera. This film has been partially edited, so contains breaks in the action and repeats in shots/narrative.
The British at Belsen
A 'talking head' piece to camera film in which a former British soldier recounts his unenviable role in the clearing-up operation at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945.
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