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[Family Garden Scenes and Social Events]
This colour and black and white film documents several family gatherings and holidays by the Wood family. The film-maker captures scenes from a child's birthday party, a wedding, a christening (?) and a visit to an airfield with close-up shots of the aircraft coming in to land.
[Family Scenes; Wadhurst; Weddings; Smethwick; London]
Home movie footage, taken by Frank Creasy, of Wadhurst East Sussex, in the early 1950s [?], includes beach scenes, views of bomb damaged buildings, two weddings in both black and white and colour pictures, and views of Smethwick, near Birmingham, and Westminster in London.
[Wedding; Beach Scenes]
Scenes of the Ockenden Twins at a wedding and the beach in the 1950s.
Little Louis Loves Sweets
A short sequence showing a miniature dog named Louis. Two women sit on a bench. The dog jumps up to take treats from a man and from his female owner - a friend of the amateur film-maker B. C. Suter. The women holds the dog up to the camera and walks the dog on his lead through the park.
[Vic and Pam Wedding]; [Johnnie Barnes Wedding]
|Date||15 September 1951; 26 February 1955||ID||8007|
Two weddings filmed by Cyril Hayworth in 1951 and 1955. One bride wears a white wedding dress, the other a simple day dress. At both occasions they are seen outside the church where family and friends have gathered.
[Charlie Farncombe Wedding]
Scenes outside a church following a wedding service, with the wedding party gathered on the Church steps clutching flowers, as filmed by Cyril Hayworth in 1951.
[Children from Ockenden Venture; Weddings]
|Date||1952 - 1953||ID||7070|
Ockenden families at the beach and two weddings in the early 1950s.
Pam and Ian Wedding
This colour film features a traditional family wedding at St George's Church, Headstone (Middlesex, Greater London). In 1953. The wedding party gather together outside the church to take photographs.
The Herne Bay Newsreel 1953 Coronation Year
This is one of a series of newsreels made by John Clague, featuring events in the town of Herne Bay. Thjs film includes major events of 1953 including the Great Storm early in the year, Herne Bay Golf Club, the town carnival, Coronation celebrations, the Conservative garden party and finishes with the 'Cripplecraft' charity fete.
[Cine Society Functions]
|Date||1954 - 1956||ID||1146|
An amateur record of Sevenoaks Cine Society's black-tie events during the mid-1950s. The events in formal dress show the members greeting, playing party games and dancing.
Filming in Sussex
Scenes filmed by R. C. Johnson and his son R. W. Johnson in and around Chichester and Arundel in 1955, on the shoreline and sailing at Dell Quay [?], at a Gala Day in Chichester, aftermath of a helicopter crash, in the family garden and Old Steine gardens in Brighton, visiting the headland at Beachy Head with the SS Germania grounded off the coast, closing with scenes of a wedding party outside a church.
[Boys Fishing; Mock Fights in Garden]
This film opens with two boys fishing in a river, and playing a western style cowboy play fight game. A younger girl and her mother join in the game, pushing and chasing each other around the garden.
[Wedding Scenes 1958]
Wedding scenes outside a church after the ceremony, filmed by Joan in Gravesend, Kent, 1958.
Scenes of Mr. Harrison's daughter's wedding day in 1959, showing bride, groom and guests at the church and in a domestic garden.
Using a loose narrative, this film shows aspects of photography via a camera shop, a photographer at a wedding, and films being developed from negatives to photographic prints at Erricks camera shop in Bradford.
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