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[Picnic; Hunt; Fly Fishing; Visit to the Coast]
This film shows a family trip to the countryside. The family have a picnic at the side of the road and watch two hunts as they pass through rural villages. The family also partake in several outdoor pastimes including fly fishing at a lake, horse riding in the countryside, and take a trip to the coast.
[Holiday in Holland]
This black and white holiday film follows the Hinchliff family on holiday in the Netherlands. The family visit central Amsterdam, Bloemendaal and surrounding rural areas taking in the sights.
This film shows the family on holiday in Torquay in Devon, taking walks and boat trips, and then in their garden with their pets.
Blakeney [Norfolk], Sandbanks [Dorset]
This film shows a family holiday to Blakeney Point (Norfolk) and Sandbanks (Dorset) touring the landscape, seaside resort and historical points of interest.
St. George's Cricket, Bradley
|Date||[ca. 1946 - 1949?]||ID||9811|
This colour and black and white film shows scenes at an airport; a family watching a cricket match on a village green; a day trip to Windsor Castle; and steam locomotives at a station, carrying passengers and freight.
[Visit to Wales]
This colour film provides highlights of a family holiday to Wales, visiting the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, with its moorland landscape, brooks and rivers. The family travel through Conwy and Gwynedd in Wales admiring the natural landscape and scenery.
[Holidays to the West Country and Scotland]
An amateur film-maker films family holidays to the South West and Scotland. The holidaymakers tour the coastline and villages in the West County, stopping at Stonehenge on their way home in the South East of England. They visit the east coast of Scotland in the following year, stopping at Dundee and St Andrews before travelling into the Highlands.
|Date||1947 - 1948||ID||5682|
The film shows the Dickins family from Surrey on two separate trips to France. The film contains some shots of the landscape, beach and street scenes.
Perranporth After the War
This edited black and white and colour film shows a family enjoying a day at the seaside. Family members go for a swim, surf and explore the surrounding countryside.
Film of members of the Ellis family on a caravanning holiday in Somerset. Amidst many shots capturing the Somerset landscape, two women and a boy are seen visiting the Roman baths in Bath, having lunch outside their caravan, visiting local towns, going to a farm and bathing in the sea.
[Maidencombe in Devon]
|Date||1948 or 1951 [?]||ID||9806|
This film follows the family on holiday in Maidencombe, Devon. The group are seen playing in a garden, taking a trip to the beach, touring the coastline on a speedboat and exploring the rural landscape by car.
Holiday in Holland
Mr and Mrs Gowlland record their holiday, touring around The Netherlands in their car, visiting friends and touring the main towns and tourist sights. Maritime history notes in bold added by Peter Enser Spring 2009
Haywards Heath & District Amateur Cine Society member D. J. Church and his wife holiday along North Devon's coastline, exploring the countryside, beaches and villages in and around Lynmouth.
[Skiing in Switzerland and at Purley Ice Rink]
|Date||January 1949; February 1949; May 1949||ID||1429|
A shot of Geneva from across the lake opens the film, followed by footage of the Swiss Alpine resort of Château d'Oex in January 1949. Voss films his children Tony and Christine skiing and ice-skating on a frozen lake where an ice hockey game later takes place. Landscape scenes are followed by footage of "dance club" practice at Purley Ice Rink, filmed that May.
[Holiday at Eastbourne, Hastings, Rye and Winchelsea]
This family travelogue shows the Moore family visiting the East Sussex and Kent coast. At Eastbourne, the family paddle in the sea and build sandcastles. In Hastings, they take in views from East Hill down to the beach and ride the funicular East Hill Cliff Railway. In Rye, the family visit St Mary's Clocktower, Oak House Pub and tour the cobbled streets. The final stop is at Winchelsea Methodist Chapel.
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