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The film shows ducks and other wildfowl on the moat. There are various views of the castle and its surrounding estate and visitors to the site. After further scenes of the castle, the film ends with shots of the fountain, wildfowl and a peacock. Narrated by Beryl Armstrong.
Weald and Downland Museum: Views of restored houses and visitors. Steam traction engine works harvesting machinery. Team of Shire horses ploughing field. Old style hay ricks and doves near watermill.
A compilation of amateur material featuring a number of people known to the film-maker. Set in and around Arundel, the film captures kite flying at Goodwood, visits to Tortington Park,Swanbourne Lake, Leonardslee and Parham as well as the beach at Climping in winter and the River Adur.
[Warminster and Arley]
This film shows a series of family scenes, opening with a shot of a riverside where the film-maker's wife Kay is relaxing. The next sequence shows views of the surrounding rural landscape with a farmhouse, followed by members of the film-maker's family in a garden and playing together at a playground with their two dogs. They push a dog in a swing and on a roundabout. The film ends with portrait shots of the dogs in a domestic garden.
[Trip to Wales; Visit to Arley]
This film shows a family trip to Commins Coch (Comins Coch) in Wales and to the Arley Estate in Worcestershire, formerly owned by members of the Woodward family (possibly relatives of the film-maker).
This titled film shows the family on holiday in Austria, visiting Badgastein, Grossglockner Mountain, Hohe Tauern mountain range, Kölnbrein Dam, Heiligenblut, and Zell-am-See. The film shows the family boarding a plane, taking photos at their hotel, touring the countryside capturing panoramas of the alpine view, lakes and Kölnbrein Dam. In Heiligenblut and Zell-am-See, the family tour the towns, and watch a cage-style train carry vehicles up the mountain.
Sheffield Park Garden
A short amateur film from the 1970s featuring a family visit to Sheffield Park Garden, East Sussex followed by scenes of a woman sat in the back of a car filmed in slow motion. The film then shows a group of adults walking in a woodland and hitting golf balls in a park (?).
The Peak National Park
A documentary on the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire made by an 11 year old boy. The film includes scenes of sheep, rock formations, rambling, horse riding, Blue John cavern, Treak Cliff cavern and Mam Tor.
This colour amateur spoof comedy documentary on the mining of treacle at Chailey, attempts to explain the historical process of mining and refining the treacle before being sold for consumption. The film also includes the 'invention' of the toffee apple and transportation of finished products. The film has opening and closing titles with commercial music and voice over narrative.
[Travels Bexhill: St. Peters; Hastings Fish and Old Town; About Sussex; Rye; Herstmonceux Observatory; Thames Long Reach]
A car travels through Sussex towns and countryside in this film by Christopher Harris. Scenes include the coast and street scenes at Bexhill-on-Sea, Hastings and Rye. The film-maker makes a brief stop at the Royal Observatory, Herstmonceux in Sussex, visiting the Isaac Newton Telescope with views of the Equatorial Group of telescope domes on the opposite side of the road.
This short amateur film captures a trip made by pupils and teachers from Worthing County Girls School to Cissbury Ring. The film includes extensive shots of the surrounding countryside and views from Cissbury Ring; the girls are seen collecting natural objects, such as stones and twigs from the hillside under the direction of the teacher.
This film shows the Giles family on holiday in Cornwall and with their caravan in East and West Sussex. The film also features Eric Giles on his vintage Harley Davidson motorbike, followed by interior shots of the family celebrating Christmas at home in Chobham. This film is intertitled throughout.
East African Safari
This amateur colour travelogue-style wildlife documentary shows a group safari tour in the Nariobi, Tsavro, and Sarengeti National Parks in Kenya and Tanzania. The film, accompanied by a voice-over and sound effects, describes the characteristics in behaviour, diet, and habitat preference, of a variety of native animal and bird species seen throughout the tour. The film features dubbed animal and ambient background sounds.
[Tobogganing; Rural Scenes; Welly-Wanging]
A short amateur film featuring children of the Durant family tobogganing in the snow on the South Downs. The film also includes a brief shot of Isfield Post Office and a Welly-Wanging contest on a recreation ground (more on 7308), watched by spectators (Isfield?)
Holiday in France
A short amateur film featuring a family holiday to France from the mid 1970s. The film includes views from a 'British Caledonian' aeroplane [G-AWYV] at it takes off from Gatwick Airport and lands in France, children playing on a peddle go-cart on a residential street, closing rural views of the landscape.
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