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Message from Canterbury
A topical sermon by His Grace Dr. William Temple is accompanied by scenes of Canterbury Cathedral's interior, exterior and surrounding landscape, directed by George Hoellering during the war years.
Eastbourne and Battle 1946
This edited colour and black and white film features coastal and urban shots of the towns of Eastbourne and Battle. The Corder family on holiday in East Sussex visit Battle Abbey, Eastbourne sea front, Eastbourne town centre, Belle Tout lighthouse on Beachy Head and explore the countryside at Seven Sisters Country Park along the Cuckmere River.
|Date||1946 - 1954; ||ID||10039|
Beach Snapshots showing scenes of the Brighton Swimming Club from the Roger Dunford 16mm film collection with added soundtrack and interviews from members of the swimming club; including some oral history extracts and photographs. This was part of a project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011.
[Football Match on Handcross Rec.; Borde Hill Camp; Handcross Church Parade]
The film shows a group of Scouts and Cubs from the 1st Haywards Heath troop playing a football match in Handcross. At a Scout camp in the grounds of Borde Hill, the group relax and play sports. The group later parade through Handcross Village to All Saint's Church, with other local Scout and Guide packs.
A professionally-made film in which BBC Sports commentator Raymond Glendenning tours Sussex on a Penny Farthing bicycle, stopping at places of local interest including Arundel Castle, the beach at Littlehampton and the racecourses at Fontwell Park and Goodwood. The film has an accompanying music and commentary soundtrack.
[St George's Day Parade at Balcombe]
This edited film shows scenes from the St George's Day parade at Balcombe with marching bands passing a group of senior leaders and VIP's along a road. Speeches and salutes followed by a second parade along Lindfield High Street adjacent to All Saints Church and The Bent Arms Hotel.
[Broadstairs Annual Dickens Festival 1959 and 1960]
|Date||1959 - 1960||ID||5245|
Sequences of Broadstairs Annual Dickens Festival of participants dressed in period costume and spectators filmed by Enid Briggs in 1959 and 1960, shot mainly at Bleak House.
[Battle of Hastings; Bentley Wildfowl]
Scenes filmed at a Battle of Hastings reenactment event in Battle, which include a jousting competition and a helicopter display. The next sequence shows a pair of black swans, ducks and geese at Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum in Lewes, as captured by Henry (Harry) Colley in the 1960s.
[Eynsford Friary; Storm at Hastings]
|Date||[ca. 1960 - 1970s]||ID||7921|
A film showing scenes around East Sussex and Bexley (Kent) interspersed with footage taken from the front of a car. Scenes include the Eynsford Friary in Bexley, travel on the Bluebell Railway, Hastings Old Town, seafront, Hastings Miniature and funicular railway and several beach scenes at Bexhill-on-Sea.
|Date||1962; [ca. 1962 - early 1970s]||ID||3411|
A lengthy amateur film which records events in Shoreham-by-Sea starting in 1962. The film, which was made by the founder of the Shoreham Cine and Miniature Camera Club, has an accompanying soundtrack comprising commentary, music and sound effects. It also contains newspaper headlines from the Shoreham Herald, and a sequence showing the work of the local paper.
Oatlands Village Centenary, 1862 - 1962
This amateur documentary film shows the centenary celebrations organised by St. Mary's Church, during 1962. The film records special church services, highlighting a number of notable people, and includes some general history of places in the parish accompanied by a commentary, soundtrack and intertitles.
[Broadstairs Annual Dickens Festival 1962 + 1963]
|Date||[1962 - 1963]||ID||5247|
Scenes of the Broadstairs Annual Dickens Festival parade and musical performances, filmed by Enid Briggs in the early 1960s.
Sunbury and its Environs; Middlesex England
The Rotary Club of Sunbury on Thames captures views of Sunbury and its its surroundings with a descriptive commentary, including river scenes, the railway, town centre buildings, suburban housing, and businesses. There are scenes along the Thames, taking in Windsor Castle and Hampton Court, and the film ends with a Rotary Club luncheon party.
Search for Ceramics
A series of archeology-based sketches produced by the North Downs Cinematograph Society in the mid 1960s.
Borough of Reigate Centenary Film
A film charting a summer of events to celebrate Reigate's centenary year, produced by the North Downs Cinematograph Society in 1963
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