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[Local Scenes and Family Pictures]
A compilation of films by an amateur film-maker. The films include family outings, scenes at a livestock market and a historical pageant. The pageant also includes a brief scene showing Christopher Robin Milne (son of author A.A.Milne) leading a group of children dressed as characters from his father's books: Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Tigger and Kanga.
[School Pageant Play]
|Date||1937; 1939; [1946?]||ID||3231|
This compilation of home movie material records historical play which take place in the grounds of a private school. The pupils are joined by adults in re-enactments of events throughout the ages, up to the present day.
|Date||1937 - 1938||ID||3376|
Amateur film-maker Eric Sparks records the trains and stations of the Southern Railway Company, marking the moment when the first electrically powered trains traveled to Littlehampton and Bognor Regis in 1938. There is also colour footage of the Brighton Bell, images of maintenance being carried out on trains and carriages, bridge construction and the modern signal cabin at Brighton in operation.
Lab [Beach; Lancing College; Countryside]
|Date||[ca. 1938 - 1940]||ID||9798|
This edited colour and black and white film shows the Corder family on an outing to a beach; Visiting Lancing College and having a family picnic in the countryside. Several military aircraft are spotted by the film-maker flying overhead whilst the children splash about in the sea.
[Lancing Beach Scenes in 1939]
This film shows the Corder family on the beach and picnicking in a field. The family lounge on the beach, paddle in the sea, write messages in the sand and play with the dogs on the beach. The family also have a picnic in the countryside.
[Lancing and Worthing Just Before the War]
This colour film shows the Corder family on holiday in Lancing and Worthing, West Sussex. The family sit on the beach eating ice cream and building sand castles. In the second sequence the family visit a pool and Peter Pan's boating pond in Worthing, driving wooden powered boats. Beach huts can bee seen in the background. (See also TID: 9798 containing similar material)
Do You Know Your Sussex
This film takes the viewer on a brief tour of Sussex towns, villages and places of interest, inviting us to guess the identity of each location as it appears in the film. The answer is revealed with an inter title after each place featured. The film was made by Mr Phil Ellis, a member of the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers.
[Lancing College; Coombes Church; Sheep-dipping at Coombes Farm; harvesting on the Downs]
An amateur film featuring scenes of Lancing College and Chapel, Coombes Church, the Old Shoreham Toll bridge and in colour sheep dipping on Coombes Farm, closing with scenes of harvest on the South Downs.
[Shoreham Beach; Lancing College; Birthday]
This film shows the family playing on Shoreham Beach and paddling in the sea; making a visit to Lancing College with interior and exterior shots of the grounds and chapel; followed by a series of portrait shots of the family playing on a swing and with bicycles in a garden, where a man tries to ride a child's tricycle but falls off. The film closes with scenes of a child's birthday tea party in the conservatory and close-up shots of the food.
[Lancing Family Scenes]
This film shows a couple, mainly in their garden. The film starts with a woman feeding some cows. In a garden there are flowers, a garden pond with fish, a couple looking at the pond, a woman smelling roses, two women playing with a dog, a man painting a garden arbour and a woman watering plants with a hose.
[Rough Sea, Ardingly shows and Lancing Seaside and Fete]
|Date||1969; 1970; 1971||ID||664|
A collection of short amateur films made by George Horrobin. The films capture a storm at Seaford, two trips to the Ardingly Show, domestic scenes, Lancing Fete and two trips to the beach.
[Patcham House Special School: Sports and Outings]
The pupils of Patcham House Special school in East Sussex filmed by the Headmaster taking part in the 'National Spastics Games', at play and on a number of class outings. The children have a range of physical needs and disabilities.
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