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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.
[Leeds Castle; Holiday to Germany]
The film opens with a panorama of Leeds Castle, Kent set next to its lake, followed by scenes showing friends and family walking and sitting together in the grounds on a day out. The family are then seen watching light aircraft on a grassy field, followed by portrait shots of a dog and views of a park with boating lake in West Germany.
[Holiday to Germany; Hurstdene Gardens]
This film shows scenes of Heidelberg Castle and Heidelberg Old Town in Germany, followed by shots of a snowy landscape. Mr Woodward's daughter is seen playing with their dog and walking in the countryside with Mr Woodward. The second part shows the family outside a house, filmed from a window, as children ride their bikes in a courtyard below (continued on TID: 2825).
[Holiday in Tunisia]
Mr and Mrs Williams take a holiday to Nabeul, a coastal town in North Eastern Tunisia.
This film shows the Ridgway family and friends gathered on the Aldridge Hill camping and caravan site for the Whitsun holiday. Scenes include shots of the the family siting together for a meal, having afternoon drinks (Pimm's), playing a game of Scrabble and reading in the sunshine.
Regnum District Girl Guides: USA Visit 1982
|Date||3 August 1982 - 25 August 1982||ID||3049|
An amateur film-maker captures the highlights of a trip to the east coast of the United States by twenty Girl Guides from Chichester. The group is hosted by the Montauk Girl Scouts, who themselves had visited England two years earlier.
|Date||[ca. 1982 - 1985 ?]||ID||5909|
A titled compilation of travelogue films touring the seaside resorts of Paignton, Torbay and Torquay in Devon as a memorial tribute to a family pet Border Collie dog named Jess. The film also includes views of a foot road race, a man on top of a metal container that is being moved by a crane, beach and harbour scenes, visits to several rural village churches and several train journeys.
Bed, Board and Bath
An edited and titled film showing a trip to Bath, with views of the Bath Abbey, the Roman Baths, The Circus and Royal Crescent. Also shown are scenes at various points along the journey, including the Ham Bridge over the River Teme and the Eckington Bridge over the River Avon, ending with a visit to see friends.
[Holiday Club; Thorpe Park; Balcombe Fete; Nymans Gardens]
|Date||1984; July 1985||ID||8355|
This film opens with a group of elderly and disabled people on holiday at the Riviera Lido Holiday Club, playing games and socialising with the holiday club entertainment manager. The group go on a day out to a park and feed the ducks. A family visit to Thorpe Park follows, along with the August bank holiday Balcombe Village fair and a family on a day out to Nymans Gardens, West Sussex.
[Watertou] [Hong Kong and Australia]
The Gillings family on holiday to Queensland, Australia in 1985, stopping briefly in Hong Kong.
Kelly to the Isle of Man
This film was made by George Horrobin to record a family holiday to the Isle of Man. The film records the journey from Brighton by car and then by ferry, and many of the places that the family visited while on holiday.
A holiday to Florida in 1987, taken by the Gillings family in 1987. They visit Sea World, Disneyland, the Epcot Centre, National Pavilions, Gaitorland and Cypress Gardens. Footage is taken by both Michael Gillings and his son, Neville.
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