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Mr Williams records family scenes including his son's first steps in a family garden in Peacehaven, Christmas Day activities in 1935, and a family picnic on the beach at Rottingdean. The film closes with a brief shot of the young boy dressed as Cupid for the Rottingdean fair.
[Football Match; Outside Cooking; Farm Animals]
This short Dufaycolor film shows a selection of outdoor scenes including a football match played with a brown leather ball in a field, a man cooking a stew in a enamel bucket over an open fire in a rural location (?) and various farm animals (cows and sheep with lambs) roaming in a field.
[Playing Golf; Etc.]
This compilation of colour and black and white film shows a group playing golf on a green followed by shots of a family group together on the beach and swimming in the sea. The family also sit in a garden at their holiday home for a picnic.
[Family Compilation: Babies; Children; Party; Wedding]
Lin Lewis, the daughter of home movie maker Hilary Lewis, is filmed as a young child playing with her brother in his scouting uniform in 1936, and marrying her husband Jeremy in 1960.
[Horses; Mechanised Farming]
These short colour scenes feature the Arrowsmith family loading their horses into a horse box, men working on the farm, felling trees and working the land using a Fowler Gyrotiller crawler tractor to prepare the land. The final scene is of several men manually harvesting sugarbeet or turnips and loading the produce on to horse drawn carts.
Holiday News of Bracklesham
This black and white and colour edited film shows the Hinchliff family going on holiday to Bracklesham Bay. The process of leaving home and getting to their holiday accommodation is shown, along with their holiday activities. The film has short intertitles throughout.
This short black and white film shows a large gathering of women for a garden party, with afternoon tea and portrait shots of several women posing for the camera, or having tea and biscuits.
In the Garden of England
A filmic homage to Kent's agricultural countryside and to the farmers and labourers who work the land throughout the year.
Holiday to the South of France
Footage shot by Mr. and Mrs. Rudd on a family holiday to France with their two children, Susan and Christopher, includes beach and cafe scenes, views of the coastal landscape and sea and a horse-drawn parade.
[Sow and Piglets; Vegetable Crop Harvest]
This short film opens with a sow and her piglets in a pen followed by field workers harvesting a vegetable crop (sugarbeet or turnip) by hand. Horse and carts are used to move the vegetables around the fields.
This edited colour film shows the Giles family on holiday in East and West Wittering with their boat, at a holiday home and on a beach.
[School Rugby; Races; Beach]
This film shows scenes of a Ladycross School rugby match, with scenes of family life at home, at the beach, and at the races.
Mrs Newlywed’s First Dinner
Made in the late 1940s this humorous amateur fiction film depicts a young wife who decides to cook fresh fish for dinner. After a series of culinary disasters she admits defeat and buys fish and chips from the chip shop.
[Wedding at Saint Mary Addington Church]
|Date||[ca. 1940s]; June 1962||ID||9352|
This edited family film features a wedding at Saint Mary the Blessed Virgin, Addington (Croydon).
[Herne Bay; Chichester Norcon Works]
This colour film opens with the family group having tea, socialising together and wandering around in the garden. The second film features the Norcon Works industrial units outside Chichester, with mixed stacks of concrete pipes and moulded items grouped in the yard.
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