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All Go Margate
Television personality Michael Aspel introduces this publicity film entitled 'All Go Margate', promoting Margate as a 'favourite family resort'.
South Coast Resorts: Maidstone & District Version
A promotional film made during the early 1970s to promote coach holidays to south coast resorts. Numerous resorts and sights of interest are featured, alongside a commentary which commends coach travel as the best way to experience the south coast of England.
Ramsgate: A Picture to Remember
A publicity film for the Kent resort of Ramsgate. The film advertises Ramsgate as a popular seaside resort with a variety of activities to tempt visitors.
[Oceanography Course in Corsica]
Pupils from Astor Secondary School in Dover go on an educational holiday to Corsica, studying the landscape, the ocean, and the flora and fauna.
This colour film shows the family touring the city of Paris with its famous landmarks including the Eiffel Tower, Arc du Triomphe, Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel, several churches and cathedrals and the Louvre Museum; closing with a river boat tour on the River Seine.
[Travels Bexhill: St. Peters; Hastings Fish and Old Town; About Sussex; Rye; Herstmonceux Observatory; Thames Long Reach]
A car travels through Sussex towns and countryside in this film by Christopher Harris. Scenes include the coast and street scenes at Bexhill-on-Sea, Hastings and Rye. The film-maker makes a brief stop at the Royal Observatory, Herstmonceux in Sussex, visiting the Isaac Newton Telescope with views of the Equatorial Group of telescope domes on the opposite side of the road.
Holiday in France
A short amateur film featuring a family holiday to France from the mid 1970s. The film includes views from a 'British Caledonian' aeroplane [G-AWYV] at it takes off from Gatwick Airport and lands in France, children playing on a peddle go-cart on a residential street, closing rural views of the landscape.
[Patcham House Special School: International Spastics Games in Southern France]
The headmaster of Patcham House Special School in East Sussex films two of his pupils as they compete at the 'International Spastics Games' in Southern France, one of whom is seen being awarded a silver medal. The film also includes brief scenes from a school holiday to the Isles of Scilly.
Three Days Over There
A film detailing a trip over to France and Belgium. Various towns such as Brugge and Desvres are visited. There are several church interiors shown, as well as a WW1 museum with a preserved trench.
Look at Me
This amateur highly elaborate colour spy film opens with archive or commercial war material telling the story of a British agent that has been sent to collect information from a Russian science specialist Yuri Bolenkoff to trade for safe passage in the UK. Unfortunately others are after the information or want to seek revenge for past meetings. This film has opening titles and credits with music.
[Holiday in France]
An amateur film from the 1970s featuring a camping holiday to France. Three men travel from the hovercraft terminal at Dover to France and are seen relaxing on holiday as well as visiting Paris.
[Rottingdean; Bentley Wildfowl; Malta Holiday; Rugby at Seaford; Bluebell Railway]
An amateur film of scenes around Sussex and a holiday to Malta.
Every Day’s a Holiday
An edited and titled film showing visits to various locations around England, and to Calais in France. Including scenes at Allington, Rye, Dover, Kingsnorth, Brighton, the Malvern Hills, Windsor and Eton. With views of historical sites such as Allington Castle, the Landgate at Rye, The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, the Town Hall in Calais, Hidcote Manor and Gardens, Woburn Abbey and Windsor Castle.
Full Participation of Equality [Free Dive: A Film to Celebrate the International Year of Disabled Persons]
This colour film with dubbed English translation over a French production was created to showcase a UNESCO exhibition for the International Year of Disabled Persons in 1981. The film showcases the work of a disabled group of adults creating a film to commemorate the event, using the photographs from the exhibition and their own personal stories. This film has opening and closing titles with credits, with a dubbed English translation.
Another Booze Trip to Dieppe
An amateur film featuring a group traveling with Everymans Coaches of Chichester on a booze run to Dieppe in 1986.
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