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[Lanrick; Christmas; Farm]
|Date||1939 - 1941||ID||10045|
This film, with both colour and black and white sections, shows the family at home and in their garden. The family go on several outings and trips around the South Coast, with friends and family visiting Birling Gap, Bodiam Castle and on holiday in St Ives in Cornwall. There is also a brief trip to Trinity College, Oxford.
[School Rugby; Races; Beach]
This film shows scenes of a Ladycross School rugby match, with scenes of family life at home, at the beach, and at the races.
A Sussex Symphony
A travelogue which explores the East and West Sussex countryside, following the path of the River Rother, visiting Brighton and Goodwood Racecourse.
[Farming; Wedding; Child in Garden; Visit to London]
|Date||1946 - 1953||ID||389|
Home movie footage filmed by Kenneth Woolsey during the years of his marriage to Constance after the war, during visits to friends who ran a farm in West Sussex and of his son playing in the garden at their home in Shirley, near Croydon in Surrey, in the 1950s.
[Visit to America]
Colour amateur footage with intertitles of trips to the United States of America. The film includes footage of Washington and New York, as well as of an American Football match and the suburban homes of family friends and associates.
Chance in a Lifetime
|Date||[ca. late 1940s]||ID||756|
A fictional film made by The Ashford Association Film Society which tells the changing fortunes of two bricklayers. The changes are caused by ill-health and by betting on the football pools and horse-racing.
This edited colour and black and white film shows the Giles' family in Surrey and on outings to West Sussex during the late 1940s. The film also includes races at Goodwood; the Olympic torch passing through Surrey; and the unveiling of a memorial gate at Prescott House (Bugatti Owners Club) designed by a member of the Giles family.
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.
|Date||1948 - 1949||ID||2412|
A compilation of home movie material with intertitles which includes footage of two point-to-point meetings, a growing toddler playing on the beach and in the garden, and the 1949 London to Brighton Veteran Car Run.
|Date||[ca. 1949 - 1950]||ID||2413|
This amateur footage shows a horse and her foal in a paddock. This is followed by scenes from Point to Point races and other horse jumping footage, where the riders compete over a set of challenging jumps.
[Up North; Motorcycle Racing; Wilsford Heath Farm]
|Date||1949; 1950; [1951?]||ID||1456|
This film features collected scenes from trips to the English countryside, beginning with Stretton village in Easter 1949. This is followed by horse racing at Huntingdon, motorcycle racing at Cadwell Park, and scenes filmed over several months at Wilsford Heath Farm, Ancaster. The film finishes with footage of Riverside Farm near Stowmarket.
A Church Outing to Chessington Zoo and Two Trips to Box Hill
|Date||1949 - 1950 - 1951||ID||10816|
An amateur film documenting the children at North Cheam Junior Church on three separate outings between 1949 and 1951. The first outing takes place at Chessington Zoo and the other outings take place at Box Hill on two separate occasions.
[Epsom Horse Races; Seaside; Tennis]
Scenes of the Emberton family, including their two daughters (in their teens/early twenties) on various outings and on holiday.
Do You Remember ?
|Date||[ca. early 1950s]||ID||3903|
A compilation showing activities in the early 1950s in Hurstpierpoint and Haywards Heath. Donkey rides and races take place in Wivlesfield Green; a children's play area is 'officially' opened; the Lindfield Fayre and Hurspierpoint Carnival take place; Beech Hurst Miniature Railway runs rides for the public and cowboy ‘Buck Ryan' visits Haywards Heath.
A compilation of scenes from around the South East of England captured by a member of the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers during the 1950s. The film shows a variety of events, people and places, including members of the Royal Family and the Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan, at his Sussex home. This silent film includes intertitles throughout.
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