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[Wartime blackout and air-raid precautions at the Kodak factory in Harrow]
The Kodak factory in Harrow prepares for air-raids and the wartime blackout as well as constructing new factory premises.
Highcliffe - The Gang
An amateur film showing a group of friends, known as 'The Gang', on holiday together playing on the beach at Highcliffe-on-Sea, near Bournemouth.
[Wedding; Baby Pam; Broadstairs holidays and Uncle Mack's Minstrels Show]
A wedding followed by many scenes featuring Pam, the film maker's baby daughter both at home in the family garden and on holiday with friends and family in Broadstairs, Kent. There is also a view of the seaside performers, Uncle Mack's Minstrels in full make-up and costume.
Felpham - The Gang
The group of friends known as 'The Gang' holiday in Felpham near Bognor Regis, West Sussex. Scenes on the beach are followed by views of the group walking in Felpham village and sitting outside a beach house.
[Broadstairs Beach; Digging air-raid shelter]
A short amateur film of the Clark family on the beach at Broadstairs followed by friends and neighbours filling sandbags with earth - as part of the community's preparations for air-raids.
Men from the Canadian armed forces visit the Clark family and play in the garden with Pam. Pam and her parents play on a sandy beach, make sandcastles and go on holiday.
Clavering evacuation during the war
Pam is evacuated to Clavering in Essex and she can be seen playing in a garden with her mother and a small boy as well as walking along quiet rural lanes and riding a small pony
[Brighton with cousin Alison & Diana and Jonathan in Cheam]
Pam visits Brighton with her cousin Alison and enjoys a variety of fun-fair rides on the seafront.
[Felpham; Tankerton. Festival of Britain and Battersea Funfair]
|Date||1948 to 1951||ID||14202|
Friends dance a conga on a beach followed by a wedding and a family visit to the 1951 Festival of Britain funfair site in Battersea Park.
Members of a group of friends called 'The Gang' cavort on a beach. The men wear women's swimwear while a boy wearing a girl's bikini does a wriggly dance. Women members of 'The Gang' try to change into their swim wear on the beach and are later seen drying off with much hilarity and more cross-dressing.
The wedding of Pam Clark to Gary Parsons in 1958 filmed with a two camera set-up where different aspects of the action are filmed simultaneously.
[Christening of Lynda 1960]
Pam with her new baby, Linda, outside a church for the baby's christening. Various shots of Lynda in a pram and crawling around in the back garden.
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