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[Churchill Funeral Train; Baby; Regatta; Shoreham]
This family film shows several outings and family scenes that includes portrait shots of a new-born baby, a brief shot of former Prime minister Winston Churchill's funeral train passing through Staines station, on route to Handborough and the family together at the Thames Valley Skiff Club rowing Thames Skiffs. The film closes with scenes of a beach outing to Shoreham-by-Sea to visit friends.
[Spitalfields Market; Building Work]
Film showing various activities, including an event at Spittlefield's market in London, clay pigeon shooting, a cottage and garden in woodland, a man water divining, and some construction and repair work on a building.
Let's Look at Addlestone
This Croach Oak Cine group film compilation offers a portrait of the village of Addlestone, highlighting several community and social service provisions from birth to old age including midwifery, schools, a youth centre, housing, sports, recreation and care for the elderly.
[Ramsgate to Richmond]
This film shows a family boat trip from Ramsgate around the North Kent Coast, through central London to Richmond Pier on the River Thames.
[Home Park; West Country Scenes]
|Date||1967 - 1968||ID||5671|
This film shows domestic scenes at Ernest and Gladys Dickins' house near Oxted in Surrey. It also features various day trips and holidays, including visits to Devon and Folkestone.
Looking on Darkness
This colour documentary film explores the lives of blind children in Malawi and how new schemes help to provide open primary education for both blind and sighted children in the same classroom. The film also explores village life from the perspectives of blind and sighted children and follows a group of teachers as they undergo training to learn the techniques needed to teach in the open school environment. The film has opening and closing titles, music and credits.
[Flood at Guildford]
Scenes of flooding in Guildofrd in 1968. Aerial views are shown along with street scdenes in Onslow Street, at the bus station, Friary Street, North Street. The railway line is shown at Godalming and various river views. A person is seen canoeing along a flooded street, cars driving through flood waters and children wading through water.
Our Little River
This colour film with titles, music and voice over narrative explores the route of the Mole River in Surrey from its source to the River Thames near Hampton Court Palace. The film has opening and closing titles.
Our Village 1969-70
|Date||1969 - 1970||ID||3400|
A portrait of the village of Singleton in West Sussex, made by local amateur film-maker Cyril Pearman. The film has a music soundtrack.
An illustrated poem about hands produced by the North Downs Cinematograph Society in around 1970.
St James's Park
This colour film with narrated voice-over narrative and and music soundtrack, features a brief history of St James's Park, London and the proximity to Buckingham Palace, Horse Guard's Parade and Whitehall. A flypast of military aircraft and Concorde are captured on film, as they pass overhead. The film has animated opening and closing titles.
An amateur colour film of shoppers at Christmas time outside Churchill Square in Brighton.
[Family scenes at Christmas]
An amateur film-maker captures everyday scenes of his grandchildren at their home in Southwick in this well-made home movie. The adults sit around chatting as the children play in the living room.
Blanco’s Seventh Time South
This film shows a return visit from a family friend/relative (?) Blanco, and multiple visits by Blanco and Arthur Pearce to see friends and relatives in the Maidstone area. The film also details a trip to Folkestone, visiting the Leas Cliff rock gardens, the Bandstand and seafront. The pair also walk along the Medway river at Allington Lock and visit Allington Castle.
[A Glimpse of Yugoslavia]
This amateur travelog-style documentary explores the former country of Yugoslavia supported by a voice-over and commercial music soundtrack. The film tours the regions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia and Croatia; visiting areas of cultural note, markets and countryside.
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