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[Children; Gardens; Day Out]
This edited family film shows the Ridgway family at home and visiting friends and relatives. The family film several group outings and trips ,including a visit to a river lock (Laleham), a picnic on a beach and the children playing with their toys in several gardens.
A River Runs Through Our Town
An extensive portrait of everyday life in the town and harbour of Shoreham-by-Sea. The spoken narrative describes each scene in detail.
[Family Scenes; Hike and Outing; Wedding]
|Date||1962 - 1963||ID||4132|
An amateur silent film which features a number of events, outings and scenes of everyday life connected with the Osborne family. The film also includes some street scenes in Brighton and Hove.
Haywards Heath 1962
This amateur newsreel style film, tours Haywards Heath, exploring everyday life in the town and surrounding areas. Divided into sections, the film explores 'The Environs', 'Recreation', 'Education', 'The Shops', 'Religion' and 'Municipal Matters' with views of parks, gardens, landmarks and buildings with additional material from newspapers.
This film shows various scenes and activities of people in Canterbury's streets, at a cricket match and at Christmas time.
Those Girls from Rochester
This film features a family group making several visits to Rochester, Leigh-on-Sea and Aylesford, England.
A narrative film with a fire prevention message, produced by the North Downs Cinematograph Society in 1963.
[Visit to Bristol and Clifton]
An amateur film documenting a visit to Clifton, featuring the Clifton suspension bridge and various shots of the city's architecture.
Meander in Maidstone
This film shows various views of Maidstone, Kent. Including scenes along the Medway river and the town centre, with landmarks such as All Saints Church, Brenchley Gardens, the Municipal Theatre and the Granada Theatre. The film also contains scenes of widespread flooding in the area.
[Bridge Farm; Holiday in Spain]
This colour film shows scenes of the family at Bridge Farm and on a holiday to Spain, visiting the Costa Brava.
Portrait of Penge
This amateur travelogue style documentary explores the town of Penge, on the fringes of South East London. Made as part of the Penge Rotary Club's exchange with a US Club, it shows the town, its people and local life prior to being swallowed up by boundary changes in Greater London. Included are views of the neighbouring Crystal Palace Park, BBC transmitters, gardens and the Lyceum Ballroom with Frank and Peggy Spencer's Ballroom Dancing team.
[Visit: Crawley Shopping Centre; Church; Gardens; Ridley’s Corner House]
This short film shows the Queens' Square Shopping Centre, Crawley with fountain and bandstand; a group of adults gathered outside a house or Guest House 'The Plyon'; a wide shot of the New Three Bridges Free Church with a large crowd of School children outside (some damage to film); a Senior group outing to Sheffield Park House and Gardens; and a group of adults in the Garden of the Ridley's Corner House.
Family Album (1851-1965)
This film, made by the Gas Council, follows the history of the Blake family from 1851 up to 1965. The film documents social changes and industrial progress over the period with occasional references to developments in domestic gas appliances.
1. Family activities with grandparents. 2. West Country holiday. 3. Holiday in Buckinghamshire
A selection of short films showing family life, including outings and holidays. Children play in a garden, the family visit Lyme Regis, go camping and visit Burnham Beeches.
[Family Scenes; First H8 Shots]
A film showing an extended family outing to a park (Alexandra Park, St Leonards?) an outing and a picnic in the countryside by car. The mixed family group sit together for a picnic on the grass next to their cars, including a baby and several young children. [music has been removed from the online clip for copyright reasons]
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