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[Folkestone Beach Holiday; Baby]
This colour film shows the family on a beach holiday in Folkestone, building sandcastles on the beach and swimming in the sea with an inflatable Lilo. The second scene shows brief shots of the family on holiday at a camp site near a cliff edge. The final film shows close-up shots of a mother and her baby sat in the garden, later joined by a young boy.
An amateur film of a Horrobin family camping holiday to Bognor Regis. The family visit the beach and Butlins holiday camp, as well as taking trips to Pagham Harbour and Portsmouth. The film-maker often uses interesting angles and editing choices to tell the story of the holiday.
This film contains a compilation of scenes of family life at the Horrobin house, including the children leaving for school and Christmas 1972.
[Fairlawn Crescent Garden; Seaford; Windmill Lane School at East Grinstead]
This film contains footage of Jill and Ruth Williams during the summers of 1972 and 1973. The girls play in the family garden at East Grinstead and swim at the local school's pool.
[Ruth's Birthday Party and School Days]
|Date||1972; 1973; 1974||ID||8084|
Part of the Williams Family film collection, this compilation includes scenes from Ruth Williams' 9th and 10th birthday parties. There is also footage of Ruth at school on sports day, and at her school leavers party in 1974.
This film shows the Giles family on holiday in Cornwall and with their caravan in East and West Sussex. The film also features Eric Giles on his vintage Harley Davidson motorbike, followed by interior shots of the family celebrating Christmas at home in Chobham. This film is intertitled throughout.
The members of Hollingbury Hall, Brighton attend a camp at Slindon, West Sussex during 1973. Other scenes from the film include social gatherings at Hollingbury Hall and a brief shot of a wedding.
[Tobogganing; Rural Scenes; Welly-Wanging]
A short amateur film featuring children of the Durant family tobogganing in the snow on the South Downs. The film also includes a brief shot of Isfield Post Office and a Welly-Wanging contest on a recreation ground (more on 7308), watched by spectators (Isfield?)
A short amateur film from the 1970s featuring a large gathering of people in a field for a village Welly-Wanging competition on a recreation ground [also on TID: 7827]. This is followed by scenes of a person hang gliding and a woman swimming in the sea.
This film shows the family on holiday in Wiltshire, West and East Sussex and on a day out to the National Trust property, Bateman's, plus a visit to the gardens and grounds at Sheffield Park. The family also visit relatives at Christmas time in Devizes and spend some time at home managing the gardens.
[3rd Hove Brownie and Guide Camp]
A colour amateur film showing a group of Brownies and Girl Guides from the 3rd Hove groups performing dances, playing games and rock climbing in and around their camp of tents in a field at Hillside campsite in Small Dole.
Everyone in the "Sleezy Saloon" winds up dead after a series of men try to bring in a wanted man. A western comedy by Albany Cine Club filmed in Southwick Scout Hut, produced in 1974 and directed by Sid Mitchell, the club's chairman. The film has a piano accompaniment through most of the film.
[Lake District Holiday; Cub Football Match; New Bike]
|Date||1974; 1975; 1976||ID||9412|
A film shows a family camping holiday to Coniston in Cumbria. The film is intercut with shots of a Cub Scout football match. The final part shows the family at home.
[Andrew and Val's Wedding]
This family film shows Andrew Ridgway and Valerie emerging from the Royal Memorial Chapel, at The Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst following their wedding service. The bride and groom are flanked by fellow officers in dress uniforms holding their swords above the couples heads as they exit. Portraits of other family members follow. The second part shows a group of children dressed in cowboy and nurse's outfits playing in a garden in Surrey.
[Patcham House Special School: Sports and Outings]
The pupils of Patcham House Special school in East Sussex filmed by the Headmaster taking part in the 'National Spastics Games', at play and on a number of class outings. The children have a range of physical needs and disabilities.
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