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Scenes filmed at the 1967 Lyons Carnival in Brighton, as participants prepare to move off, during the parade, and their arrival at Preston Park, filmed by Michael Gillings.
[Family Album II: Children; Visits to Friends; Christmas; Sick Room; Spring; Parade; Paddling]
|Date||1960 - 1961||ID||8009|
Scenes of Lambert family visits, Christmas celebrations and everyday life in the early 1960s.
[Family Album III: Garden; House; Bonfire Night; Boxing Day; Snow]
Scenes of Lambert family outings to Guildford Lido, dressing up for Boxing Day and play in the snow from the early 1960s.
Footage of London to Brighton Veteran Car Rally in November 1962, shot from the window of a moving vehicle and as the motorcars arrive in Madeira Drive, Brighton, by amateur film-maker Mr. Harrison.
[Broadstairs Annual Dickens Festival 1962 + 1963]
|Date||[1962 - 1963]||ID||5247|
Scenes of the Broadstairs Annual Dickens Festival parade and musical performances, filmed by Enid Briggs in the early 1960s.
A man cheating on his wife with his secretary gets his just deserts at a fancy dress party in this film produced by the North Downs Cinematograph Society in 1962.
The Brickell children play in the front garden at their Glynde home with their mother and father in 1962, followed by scenes of a large road being built over a wide river (?) and the driveway or road to a rural house.
[The Stepney at Sheffield Park Station; The Brighton Blue Belle]
|Date||27 October 1963||ID||1953|
Scenes at Sheffield Park Station, where workers are busy during a period costume event, and Brighton Station, where the Brighton Belle leaves for a special trip to Horsted Keynes in 1963, filmed by Tom Martin, a founding member of the Bluebell Railway Preservation Society who produced over 400 films of the railway, its engines, passengers and workers.
Search for Ceramics
A series of archeology-based sketches produced by the North Downs Cinematograph Society in the mid 1960s.
Borough of Reigate Centenary Film
A film charting a summer of events to celebrate Reigate's centenary year, produced by the North Downs Cinematograph Society in 1963
[Carnival; Last Train to Brighton; West Street]
|Date||1963; October 1964; February 1965||ID||6083|
Pictures taken by Cecil Cramp of a Horsham Carnival procession in 1963, during which participants display a mixture of humour, contemporary notions of race and nationality, celebration, fancy dress and social conscience. Also documented are street scenes, fire services tackling a fire on West Street in Brighton in 1963, and the last journey taken by steam train from Horsham to Brighton in 1964.
[Royal Oak New Year]
An amateur film from the mid 1960s featuring a new year party at the Royal Oak pub in North Bersted, near Bognor Regis. High-spirited partygoers drink, dance and interact with the film-maker, most wearing fancy dress and party hats.
[Filming "Ban the Bomb"]
Members of the Brighton Cine Club are seen filming "Ban the Bomb" in May 1964 on Saltdean Beach, by Mr. Harrison, one of the club's members.
Mr. Harrison films a circus-themed night held by the Brighton Cine Club [?] in a pub in Brighton in around 1966.
This film by Eastbourne Cine Club members shows scenes of the 1964 Eastbourne Carnival parade. Several floats include local businesses and trades people, as well as clubs and groups of marching bands with service men and women.
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