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[Young Wives 1961]
An amateur silent film from 1961 featuring the Young Wives group connected to Broadwater Parish, Worthing. A larger than usual group of mothers are seen relaxing outside, eating a picnic and the children take part in organised races and play together.
[Children; Gardens; Day Out]
This edited family film shows the Ridgway family at home and visiting friends and relatives. The family film several group outings and trips ,including a visit to a river lock (Laleham), a picnic on a beach and the children playing with their toys in several gardens.
Family members dance and lark around in the garden in home movie footage by Mr. Harrison filmed a few months before his first grandchild is born.
[Babies and Aunts]
Home movie footage shot by Mr. Harrison at home. Three women each hold a child on their lap by Mr. Harrison's living room window. One of the women is the film-maker's daughter with her baby, Karen.
Scenes filmed at the christening and home of baby Andrew, with his mother, grandparents and other family members.
[Butlin's Holiday in Clacton]
This film shows a Burns family holiday to the Butlin's Holiday club in Clacton, playing in a playground, on a miniature railway and on several fairground style rides. The children race model boats on a small pond, before making a visit to Clacton Beach to build sand castles. The film closes with shots of a large crowd gathered around the main swimming pool at the Butlin's Holiday club, to watch a swimming competition.
[Young Wives 1962]
A short amateur silent film from 1962 featuring the Young Wives group connected to Broadwater Parish, Worthing. Mothers are seen relaxing in a garden whilst their children play.
[Toddler Scenes of Elizabeth]
|Date||[ca. 1963 - 1966]||ID||3454|
This film provides a portrait of baby Elizabeth in her early years as she grows; showing her as a baby in a pram, learning to crawl and as a toddler, playing on the beach and at the family home.
A family film of a Christening. The family arrive with the baby dressed in a Christening gown and the baby and mother are photographed outside the church. The film ends with family portraits being taken outside church.
Scenes filmed at Mr. and Mrs. Harrison's home, where their granddaughter's christening party is under way.
This short home movie features mothers and babies. Shot in a back garden, the babies are seen in prams and being carried by their mothers; the film includes three generations of the Chalk family, a grandmother, mother and child.
[Baby Scenes; Holiday in the West Country; The Downs]
|Date||1965 - 1966||ID||5670|
This film contains footage of John and Joan Dickins' first daughter Lynn. We see Lynn as an infant spending time with her family, on outings and learning to walk.
[Churchill Funeral Train; Baby; Regatta; Shoreham]
This family film shows several outings and family scenes that includes portrait shots of a new-born baby, a brief shot of former Prime minister Winston Churchill's funeral train passing through Staines station, on route to Handborough and the family together at the Thames Valley Skiff Club rowing Thames Skiffs. The film closes with scenes of a beach outing to Shoreham-by-Sea to visit friends.
Six Short Films with the Theme of "Help!"
Albany Productions presents... six films with "Help!" as their theme, produced for the 1966 Short Film Team Contest. Short comedy sketches are set in a lift, on the beach at Hove and Brighton, in an ambulance and the home of a vicar, whose quest for a wife to do the dishes doesn't quite go to plan...
[Seaside; 'The Brooks'; snowstorm; scouting circus; air show; seafront; park]
|Date||14 April 1966; 4 June 1966; September 1966; 26 March 1967; 16 April 1967||ID||2712|
This home movie features various family activities between 1966 and 1967. The film opens with scenes of the children and their mother on the seafront at Littlehampton; the children are also seen taking part in a Scouts and Cubs circus performance. Family visits to Arundel Park and Farnborough Air Show also feature.
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