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The Herne Bay Newsreel 1963
This is one of a series of newsreels made by John Clague, featuring events in the town of Herne Bay in 1963. The film includes Winter scenes, St Bart's Church Fete, the hospital fete, the making of the movie 'French Dressing' , The Carnival and the last sailing of the paddle steamer 'Medway Queen'
[Brighton Pictures II]
The second in a three part series of amateur films recording people and events in Brighton during the 1960s.
Birling, My Parish
A portrait of the village of Birling and the surrounding countryside, its church, village store, forge and village fair, narrated by the parish rector.
Knaphill School: The 1st Swimming Pool
A film about the first swimming pool at Knaphill School, accompanied by narration and a soundtrack throughout. The film begins with brief shots of the construction of the pool, before the official opening and scenes of children taking part in swimming lessons and displays; the autumn fair raises funds for the pools maintenance.
[Colour on the move: Flower Show; Farming; Scouting]
Film of various scenes including a village fete, archaeological excavations, farming scenes and Scouts.
[Bank Holiday Fair Worthing; Kitty’s Wedding; Paris Trip]
Film showing scenes from two weddings; floats at Worthing Fair; a steam train; a boat trip; a sightseeing holiday to France visiting several noted landmarks including the Sacré-Cœur Basilica and the Eiffel Tower. The film continues on TID: 2773.
Telscoombe Cliff School Summer Fair
|Date||8 July 1967||ID||325|
Children and adults enjoy the Telscoombe Cliffs school summer fair. The children and adults are seen before the fair opens setting up the stalls. Children compete in a fancy dress parade, and play various games whilst the men take part in a football match with one team dressed in women's clothing.
[Mayor of Chichester]
|Date||1967 - 1968||ID||3171|
Chichester mayoral engagements are recorded in this amateur film. The Mayor of Chichester, Bob Stephens, attends numerous civic events in the town including church services, parades and school sports days. Most notably, the film captures the tenth anniversary of the twinning with Chartres and the giving of the Freedom of the City to Royal Air Force Tangmere.
Under the guise of a couple looking for a house in the Sussex countryside, the film shows the villages of Lindfield, Ditchling, Cuckfield, Fletchling, Horsted Keynes, Hurstpierpoint, Ardingly and Balcombe. The narrator talks about the history of each village .
[Jean Ramsey’s Dancing Show]
Stanley Dudkin films girls at a Barnardo's home performing ballet and folk dances, and documents games at a garden fete in 1968.
[Sheffield Park Gardens; Bluebell Railway; Whipsnade Zoo; St. Lawrence Fair; Cornwall]
An amateur film of family trips around the UK including visits to the Bluebell Railway and Sheffield Park Gardens, Whipsnade Zoo, Chartwell House and Gardens, St. Lawrence Fair Hurstpierpoint, and a trip to Cornwall.
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.
[Rough Sea, Ardingly shows and Lancing Seaside and Fete]
|Date||1969; 1970; 1971||ID||664|
A collection of short amateur films made by George Horrobin. The films capture a storm at Seaford, two trips to the Ardingly Show, domestic scenes, Lancing Fete and two trips to the beach.
Hickstead; Lindfield Pond
A compilation of amateur material which includes footage of showjumping at Hickstead, feeding the ducks on a pond and the pigeons at Trafalgar Square, a playing toddler, children tobogganing in the snow, kittens, and a village fete.
[Knaphill Primary School: 1969]
This amateur film opens with the spring fair of 1969 at Knaphill Primary School. Pupils and their parents play on side stalls and the dad's compete with the boys in a football match. The junior school sports day features at the end of the film.
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