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[War Time at Mile Oak School; Boys Camp; Family Scenes]
|Date||[ca. 1935]; 1937; 1942||ID||239|
A compilation of amateur material shot by the Headmaster of Mile Oak Approved Boys School. The film includes footage showing the impact of the Second World War on the school - pupils are filmed building air-raid shelters, as is the aftermath of a bombing raid.
[Camp at Walton; Coronation Parade; School Sports]
The Headmaster of Mile Oak Approved Boys School films his pupils aboard a paddle steamer, and the Martello campsite at Walton-on-the-Naze. The boys are later seen participating in a cross-country run and in various Sports Day events, including tug-of-war, a sack race, and the long jump - the victors are awarded prizes. The inhabitants of Portslade mark Coronation Day, 12th May 1937, with a parade of floats.
[Scottish Holiday; Wedding]
Donald Beale films a family motoring holiday to Scotland, stopping to experience the natural beauty of the rivers, waterfalls and Lochs. The bride and groom pose for photographs at a church door, before being showered in confetti as they approach a waiting car.
[Children in the Garden; Holiday Pictures; On the Beach at Bognor; Women’s Outing]
|Date||[ca. 1940 - 1941]||ID||238|
Dorothy and Janet, the film-maker's nieces, are filmed riding their bicycles in a garden. A holiday to Cornwall is followed by images of children riding ponies along the beach at Bognor Regis. The film ends with images of women from Rutland Hall in Hove on a bus daytrip.
[At the Seaside; Camp; Baby; Toddler]
|Date||[ca. 1950 - 1952]||ID||241|
The Headmaster of Mile Oak Approved Boys School films his pupils building sand sculptures on the beach at Walton-on-the-Naze. The boys enjoy the amusements on the pier, including dodgems and a rollerskating rink, and swim in the sea. The film-maker also films his young grandchild as a baby, and later as a toddler exploring the grounds at the Martello campsite.
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