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Do You Remember ?
|Date||[ca. early 1950s]||ID||3903|
A compilation showing activities in the early 1950s in Hurstpierpoint and Haywards Heath. Donkey rides and races take place in Wivlesfield Green; a children's play area is 'officially' opened; the Lindfield Fayre and Hurspierpoint Carnival take place; Beech Hurst Miniature Railway runs rides for the public and cowboy ‘Buck Ryan' visits Haywards Heath.
Scenes of a parade of marching bands and groups of guards on foot and horseback follow scenes filmed in a wood in the 1950s.
A film showing cricketers at play during a match as documented by an amateur film-maker in the 1950s.
[Family at Sandy Beach]
A film of local and family scenes filmed in the 1950s, that includes a Christmas celebration, a rugby game and family boating activity, followed by a second family scene with two young children learning to sit, stand and walk. Other scenes include the children playing in the garden, riding a horse, visiting a swimming pool and riding a miniature railway. The film also includes a brief shot of a "Le Pou Duchel" aircraft on an airfield.
[Hurstpierpoint Rugby Game]
A rugby match and Under 15s practice session filmed at Hurstpierpoint school in 1952 by an amateur film-maker.
This film shows scenes of Hurstpierpoint school boys in a swimming pool, followed by a series of shots showing St. John's College buildings. The film finishes with a set of titles for a football match but does not show the match.
[Whipsnade Park Zoo; St. Lawrence Fair]
A short home movie featuring the Colgate family. The film includes shots of a family day out at Whipsnade Zoo, Bedfordshire and the St. Lawrence Fair at Hustpierpoint.
[Open Air Museum; Children at play]
This film shows scenes from an outing to the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum near Chichester, including panoramic shots of the countryside, followed by scenes of the buildings. The final shots are of two children playing in a garden.
Under the guise of a couple looking for a house in the Sussex countryside, the film shows the villages of Lindfield, Ditchling, Cuckfield, Fletchling, Horsted Keynes, Hurstpierpoint, Ardingly and Balcombe. The narrator talks about the history of each village .
[Sheffield Park Gardens; Bluebell Railway; Whipsnade Zoo; St. Lawrence Fair; Cornwall]
An amateur film of family trips around the UK including visits to the Bluebell Railway and Sheffield Park Gardens, Whipsnade Zoo, Chartwell House and Gardens, St. Lawrence Fair Hurstpierpoint, and a trip to Cornwall.
St. Lawrence Fair
An amateur film recording the local community attending the St Lawrence Fair in Hurstpierpoint.
A Bus for All People
|Date||25 January 2001||ID||4349|
A film, made by the Mid-Sussex Camcorder & Cine Society, describing the Hurst and Hassocks Community Bus service. The service provides transport for the elderly and disabled and other community members around Mid Sussex.
Hurstpierpoint History Walk
A recording of Ian Nelson's popular history walk in the Hurstpierpoint festival including key landmarks of the historic village. Filmed and edited at the request of the Hurstpierpoint Festival Committee. Includes old photographes.
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