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Our Holiday Abroad
A group of young people on a camping holiday in Dieppe(?) in France. The group are seen pitching their tents, fetching supplies, taking trips in a rickety van, playing games and visiting city centres including Rouen and Paris.
[London to Brighton Vintage Car Race]
Film of the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run, showing the cars arriving at the finish line on Madeira Drive, in Brighton; shots of crowds and officials; and traffic on the A23.
Our Vanishing Heritage: Hangleton Manor
A period of rapid urban development in Hove prompts amateur film-makers to produce a film about Hangleton Manor. Parts of the building have fallen into disrepair and the future of the manor is uncertain. The film highlights features of the building, explains its historical significance and argues that it should be preserved for future generations to enjoy.
Film of a variety of subjects including: a garden full of flowers in bloom; scenes at Sheffield Park Gardens; the construction of a small pond; a group picnicing and camping in the countryside; a marching band and scenes at a funfair.
[Fishing; Royal Visit; Salcombe Holiday]
Amateur film showing a group camping by a lakeside, fishing; a visit by the HM The Queen to an athletics field, where a gymnastics display is held; and a holiday to Salcombe in Devon.
[Sports and Activities]
A group of young people take part in a variety of activities including: water skiing; a tug of war match; flying a light aircraft, after which the group of young people pose for the camera; driving a car around a field; rock climbing; camping and sailing. The film ends with scenes of a lifeboat launch at Shoreham harbour
An album or journal style film featuring the Greenyer family at different times of the year.
BBC Radio Brighton
|Date||[1967 - 1968?]||ID||3539|
An amateur film which charts the early days of BBC Radio Brighton. The film includes scenes of the offices being converted, the station manager touring the region, and recordings on location. The station's first transmission officially began on the 14th February 1968, though it made unscheduled broadcasts in December 1967 to cover local severe snowstorms.
[Let's Take a Close Look]
The Sellaby House Film Unit experiments with various recording techniques. A small toy skeleton is manipulated to make an animation and a number of everyday objects are filmed at close range. The film begins and ends with a close-up of a man's eye and is accompanied by a music soundtrack.
St. John Ambulance
|Date||1966 - 1967||ID||3620|
This film produced by the Sellaby House Film Group promotes the work of the St. John Ambulance first aid charity. People are involved in accidents in four fictional scenarios. The film shows the wrong and then the right way to administer first aid in each situation.
[Fairground; House and Garden]
Scenes of children, including Emma-Jane Greenyer, riding on a fairground merry-go-round, fairground prizes and crowds at the fair. Children are then seen playing in a tent on the lawn. Final scenes show house rooftops and gardens with downland in the distance.
An experimental film which includes a series of spilt images throughout. The images appear as two circular pictures horizontally placed side by side. Scenes include a child playing, fairground rides, gardens and lakes at Wakehurst Place and the miniature railway at Hove Park.
[Vintage Car Club]
Film with some accompanying music and commentary about the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run, showing: a veteran car being prepared for taking to the start at Hyde Park; the Greenyer family watching the cars traveling along the A23; and the cars arriving at the finish line on Madeira Drive, in Brighton.
[Vintage Car Rally: London to Brighton; River views]
Film of the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run, showing the cars arriving at the finish line on Madeira Drive, in Brighton; and film of activity on a river bank showing people relaxing on the shore and boats on the water.
[Paddling pool in the garden]
Film by Jim Greenyer of his daughter and her friends, and the pet dog playing in the family garden, with music added. Three girls play in a garden paddling pool. Emma-Jane Greenyer then plays in a sand pit. Emma-Jane, mother Robina and grandmother(?) are then seen together in the garden. Note: the music soundtrack has been removed from online version.
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