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[Horse Riding; Family Portrait]
Amateur footage of a multigenerational family interacting and playing in a garden. The film also contains images of the film-maker's wife and children riding their horse and ponies respectively.
[Car Trip; Horse. Family Members]
A home movie compilation which includes footage of a family waving off elderly relatives in a car, the film-maker's wife and son schooling one of their ponies, a girl dancing in a garden, a boy climbing a tree, a man mowing the lawn, children riding bicycles and going to bed, and members of the family sitting on a pebble beach out of season.
[Family with Horse. Cello Player. Children. At the Seaside]
Home movie material of the film-maker's toddlers sitting in 'saddlebags' on either side of a pony and playing in the garden. There is also footage of his wife playing a cello, and of various children swimming in the sea.
Family scenes in summer 1930 and spring 1964
|Date||1930; March - April 1964||ID||2946|
The first half of this amateur film was shot in 1930 in a town centre; a mother pushing a pram features, as well as a car rally and a visiting circus. In the countryside, gliders are seen in the air. The second half, filmed some 34 year later features children of the Mumford family at home and in the countryside playing in the snow; the family are also seen on a trip to Ashdown Forest (?).
[Here and There: Speed Crazy, Old Sussex, New Sussex]
|Date||[ca. 1930s]; [1952?]; [ca. early 1990s]||ID||2185|
A compilation of films beginning with a 1930s(?) Pathéscope production which features a motor vehicle journey through central London and a train journey from London to Brighton, filmed by the BBC in the early 1950s(?). The middle and end of the film feature places of interest in Sussex, again during the 1930s(?) and a coach holiday to Worthing in the early 1990s(?).
In Markwick family scenes, a tabby kitten washes its white paws and tail. It is seen sitting on a chair and walking in the garden. A family member, the grandmother of the family, is seen in an apron, holding out a dish of milk for the cat.
[Boy in Garden Etc.]
Markwick Family garden scenes, filmed by Mr. Markwick in the 1930s, include play on the swings and with a toy car.
[Winter Sports and Summer Outings in the South East]
This black and white edited film shows a group undertaking a series of winter sports in Switzerland (?), followed by a series of outings that include the Southdown bus depot and a mix of East Kent buses with busy street scenes. The group also visit Herne Bay seafront, Margate Lido and the Dreamland Amusement park.
Welcome to Croydon
The film opens with a banner ‘Welcome to Croydon’. There are street and market scenes with trams and buses passing by. A couple change a flat tyre in a country lane. Scenes of towns in Surrey and Sussex include roadside picnics, motorcycles and sidecars, and views from Box Hill. Views at Birling Gap are followed by the group on the beach at Ryde and Shanklin where they play cricket. Various picnic scenes follow, and the film ends with views of the Brooklands race track.
[Family Scenes: Tennis; Baby at Eastbourne]
Tennis matches at Foxhunt Manor at Foxhunt Green, and beach scenes at Eastbourne, taken by Eugene Oakshott in 1930 [?], featuring friends and family.
[Family Scenes: Wimbledon; Model Aeroplane; Farm; Tennis]
Scenes filmed at Wimbledon and in the extensive grounds and interiors of Foxhunt Manor, taken by Eugene Oakshott in 1930 [?], some shown in reverse action. The family join workers as they pull down a tree in the garden.
[Family Scenes: Elizabeth; Corinne; Pony; Farm; Fashion Show; Shoot]
Local and family footage, of activity in the grounds of Foxhunt Manor at Foxhunt Green, and a fete in Waldren [?], and a rabbit shooting party, in 1930 [?]. Footage, taken by Eugene Oakshott, includes portraits of the subjects involved.
[Eastbourne Lifeboat Day; Dance Performance; Folkington Meet at Glenthorne Manor; The Prince of Wales Visit; Horse Riding; Hunt]
|Date||1930, 1931, 1932||ID||8198|
Scenes of Eastbourne in the 1930s, including Lifeboat Day, Folkington Meet and a visit from the Prince of Wales, by Michael Holland.
[Family at the Seaside; Tea in the Garden]
This short film shows the Corder family on holiday in Eastbourne and Mrs Corder having tea in a sunny garden with another woman.
[Air Ship; London; Seaford]
This film is in three sections, the first shows an airship slowly moving across the London skyline; the middle section is a compilation of portraits of London's most famous landmarks; and family scenes set in a suburban garden making up the final section.
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