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[Garden Scenes; Wedding Pictures; Seaside; Toddler]
Various scenes of children and other family members parading around a garden. A scene of men wearing morning suits (probably prior to a wedding). Various scenes of children playing, a baby being bounced and a toddler playing.
[The Wedding Day]
Scenes of members of a wedding party including the bridesmaids and the bride posing in a garden. The guests are filmed departing after the ceremony and the bride and groom are seen at a train station.
[Garden Scenes; Wedding Pictures]
Various family scenes including children feeding pigeons, playing on a beach, riding a bike and playing in a garden. Wedding scenes including couples, the bride and groom and members of the wedding party posing and dancing in a garden. A children’s party and a garden party. Groups of people getting onto busses. A man skipping and boxing.
Fan Court: Preparatory School for Boys
This amateur film with intertitles contains outdoor shots of the pupils, staff and grounds of Fan Court Preparatory School for Boys at Chertsey. Many of the images are posed group shots, capturing the participants between classes and during sporting activities.
The final section only of a technical film showing, in close up and slow motion, the workings of McCormick Deering and Sunshine Harvester reaper machines used to harvest and bind wheat into sheaves; focusing specifically on the mechanism for binding the sheaf with twine.
[Woman and Man Exercising with a Hula Hoop]
|Date||[ca. 1930s -1950s?]||ID||8087|
Young men and women hula hoop for the camera.
[Girls at Claremont School]
|Date||[ca. early 1930s ?]||ID||1368|
A compilation of amateur film recording outdoor events at Claremont School For Girls in Esher. In the late 1970s the school amalgamated with Fan Court Preparatory School for Boys to form Claremont Fan Court School.
[Cookham Scenes: The Grange, Horse Racing, Boat Trip]
Home movie scenes filmed at the family house in Cookham, races at Reading, and during a boat trip along the Thames to Henley in 1933, by an unknown amateur photographer.
[Family Barclay Film I; Fair; Wedding; Pool; Holiday]
A compilation of family scenes filmed on holidays, outings, picnics and trips to London, Sussex and Essex in 1932.
Girls travel to ballet practice in Sussex by bus and bicycle, where they perform exercises at the barre, routines with scarves and on pointe, and others perform horse and carriage choreography with their teacher. The film, made by an unknown film-maker, is interspersed with scenes of cats in a sunny garden.
[The Trooping of The Colour By The 1st Battalion]
On 3rd September 1933 the 1st Battalion of the Royal Sussex Regiment are filmed Trooping The Colour on the cricket field in Arundel, watched by large crowds. Meanwhile, one of the Regiment's other battalions marches in shorts and pith helmets on a parade ground in Asia.
[King's Mead School Trip to Croydon Aerodrome; Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race; Funeral of King George V]
|Date||[ca. 1933 - 1935]; 1936||ID||2956|
An amateur film-maker films the planes taxiing, landing and taking off at Croydon Aerodrome; follows the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race on the River Thames; and records the funeral cortege of King George V from a high vantage point.
[Social Events: Christening, The Grange Garden Party]
|Date||April + 1 July 1933||ID||4456|
Christening, garden party and boat race scenes, filmed in 1933, by an unknown photographer based in Berkshire.
“Lest We Forget” Disabled Soldiers Day Out At Margate
A profesionally-made film which records a trip to Margate by disabled veterans of the First World War. The men are guests-of-honour at a lunch hosted by the town's Mayor and Mayoress at the St George's Hotel, Cliftonville. This was the inaugral outing hosted by Margate's Lest We Forget Committee.
[Scouts and Pulborough Outing]
|Date||July 1934; August 1934||ID||504|
Two short films by an unknown amateur film-maker. The first shows scouts at camp, the second shows members of a Deaf Association on a daytrip.
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