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[Building Houses on Jobes Street]
This film shows highlights of the construction of a new street and housing development in Balcombe, West Sussex. Workmen are seen clearing the site with heavy plant machinery and constructing the houses in various phases.
[Hang Glider; Family Scenes; Cats]
The film opens with scenes of several hang gliders waiting to take off from a hillside and several in flight. A group of teenagers pose for the camera with Mrs Woodward, Kay, before a shot of Mr Woodward holding his dog. The next scenes show young people leaving a house with luggage before boarding a coach on Worthing seafront. Two girls play with the pet dog and cat in a domestic garden.
[Traction Engine rally]
This short amateur film features shots of steam traction engines and motorised commercial and farm vehicles at an annual event near Horsham, West Sussex. Large crowds of spectators are gathered to watch as the vehicles pass through the field; a funfair can be seen in the distance.
Sunnymede 1976-77 
This film shows the family and pets at their home 'Sunnymede' in Chobham, Surrey; and attending a Bugatti Owners Club event at Prescott Hill, Gloucestershire.
[Cars on Time Trials, Brighton seafront; Domestic garden]
|Date||[ca.1976 - 1978]||ID||11392|
A short amateur compilation featuring a motor sport event on Madeira Drive, Brighton followed by a family scene showing two young children playing in an inflatable paddling pool in a domestic garden, as a woman fills the pool with water from a plastic bucket.
This amateur film features the West Sussex Caravan Club rallies of 1977. Gatherings at Storrington, Malvern, Hayling Island, Lower Beeding and Lyminster are captured. Members are seen on site, at the flagpole, and taking part in more informal activities off site. The film is accompanied by a music soundtrack and includes intertitles.
[Patcham House Special School: Football; playground; Jubilee; Outings]
A compilation of amateur films filmed by the headmaster of Patcham House Special School. Pupils and staff are seen on numerous class outings, at play at the school and competing at the 'National Spastics Games'.
The film opens with a large group of people laughing, talking and posing for portraits outside a hotel, followed by scenes showing a domestic garden with a small dog and a woman sunbathing in a swimsuit. The next film shows several members of the family and friends talking outside a house, and a boy riding a bike around a driveway between parked cars, followed by footage of nearby fields. The final scenes show a group at a garden party in the shadow of Harlech castle (?).
Another Week With Jess [Devon Holiday]
A travelogue film showing a tour of a selction of attractions and religious buildings in Stoney Cross, Torquay, Plymouth,Bovey Tracey, Dartmoor, Stoke Fleming, Exeter and Shaftesbury.
Brighton Carnival scenes filmed in 1978 by E. W. Ovenden, a member of the Albany Cine Club. Participating organisations include Co-Op, Brighton Young Conservatives, Brighton & Hove Camera Club, Brighton Insurance Social Club Smurf Section, Brighton Theatre Group, Brighton Theatrical Costumiers, and marching bands.
A family film showiing Sally's wedding, filmed outside the Church of St. Mary in Glynde, East Sussex, by Richard D. Brickell in the late 1970s.
[Sally’s Wedding Part One]
|Date||[ca. late 1979]||ID||7682|
This film shows wedding scenes, including the bride and her family gathered in the garden of a house; the wedding party arriving at the church with the minister [bride and her father] for portraits in the Churchyard. The bride wears a white dress with long sleeves, the bridesmaids in green high necked floor length dresses. The couple leave for the reception in a decorated open backed Land Rover whilst guests take group photographs on the steps [also on TID: 7681]
A comic fiction film made by the Eastbourne Cine Group about a "woman", played by a man in drag, who repeatedly fails her driving test.
Three From Warsaw
Title: "Three From Warsaw". The film shows several locations in central London and Bearsted in Kent. Scenes of London include The Palace of Westminster, London street scenes, and a Policeman standing outside 10 Downing Street. The group also visit a fete on Bearsted Green showing several stalls and hot air balloons being inflated. The film-maker captures excerpts of programmes off the television and films a walk by a lake in a park.
Bright Blue Sky for a Ceiling
A year in the life of Chiddingly sheep farmer Bob Whitehead, directed by Antony Penrose of Penrose Films Productions.
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