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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.
Seen South East
An amateur compilation of places and events in the southeast England. The film, which includes intertitles, captures places of interest at various locations in Kent and Southend-on-Sea in Essex, as well as scenes of beach mission and carnival at Hythe.
[Holiday in the Lake District and Guernsey]
Two family holidays are shown; the first to the Lake District and the Second to Guernsey in the Channel Islands. The first holiday shows the children feeding a pony, playing on the edge of a lake and watching boats on the late. The second holiday to Guernsey shows the family at St Peter Port, watching the "Ile de Serk" leave the harbour with Castle Cornet in the background. The film closes with a family visit to a butterfly house, and a flowering garden (?).
[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.
South Downs Way
This amateur colour travelog-style documentary follows the route of the South Downs Way, accompanied by a voiceover providing historical narrative on the route and local history of the areas it passes through. Members of the public walk, horse ride and fly model aircraft on the landscape. This film was awarded the Sussex Film Festival 1978 Challenge Cup Winner and won a certificate in the 1978 SERIAC competition.
[Family Holiday by Car]
This extended film of family holidays includes several landmarks and religious buildings in Wiltshire, Somerset and Bath, taken by Christopher Harris in 1975.
[Family Scenes; Harbour; Garden Party]
This film opens with out of focus shots of a Polo game, followed by a close up of a bunch of flowers on a grass verge or bank [not included in online clip]. Included in clip: Mr Woodward's wife, Kay, is seen in portrait outside their house. The next shots are of swans on a boating lake or harbour with people watching the boats. The shot then cuts to Kay, walking with friends, before the group sit down alongside others to watch an open-air performance.
|Date||[ca. 1977 - 1978]||ID||8353|
This film shows the Shell Brook Waterworks and development by contractors Shephard Hill, in preparation for the Ardingly Reservoir (between Balcombe and Ardingly, West Sussex). Mixed views of the site being cleared with heavy construction machinery and workmen installing pipework completes the film.
[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.
[Hurstdene Gardens; Brighton Marina; Tarring Garden; Kingsmead Farm; Leeds Castle Lake]
This film shows various scenes including: the family at play in a courtyard filmed from a window (continued from TID: 2824); an group parking a car at Brighton Marina; geese in a field; a domestic garden; a young man and a tractor on a Kingsmead farm in Billingshurst; panoramic views of a field and an older man working on a rusty farm gate. The film ends with close-up shots of geese swimming in a lake at Leeds Castle.
|Date||26-27 August 1984; 1984||ID||5908|
This film shows a series of visits to notable landmarks and historic buildings in the home counties including Uffington castle and the 'Horse and Vintage Vehicle Show', Oxfordshire; The Mill at Sonning; Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Northampton); Tower Bridge and Pool of London at St Katharine's Dock; Windsor Great Park with Leptis Magna monuments and Memorials, Berkshire; and the Charles Dickens Centre and Chalet in Rochester.
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