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[Narrow Gauge Railway; Christening; Eastbourne Beach; Children]
Footage taken by Frank Creasy, of family members, including two young children, at Eastbourne Beach, christening, holiday and at home, during the 1950s.
In and Around Eversfield
|Date||1950 - 1951||ID||8203|
A professionally made film with intertitles by Wallace Heaton Limited featuring typical activities of patients at Eversfield Chest Hospital during the early 1950s.
[First Day at School; Fifth Birthday; Festival of Britain]
This edited film shows scenes of the Festival of Britain South Bank Exhibition, an outing of the Three Bridges Free Church and a trip to London. The film also includes several family occasions that includes meeting a new baby, first day at school, a fifth birthday, a wedding and cutting and eating a home-grown apple in the garden.
[Opening of St. Wilfrid’s School]
This short amateur film features the opening of St. Wilfrid's School, Haywards Heath. Much of the film shows guests arriving for the opening ceremony. There are also shorter scenes filmed in black and white of the ceremony inside the school, conducted by the Bishop of Chichester.
[Holiday in Switzerland]
Film of a trip by H A Voss through the Swiss Alps, visiting Wengen, Jungfraujoch, Engleberg and Lake Lungern.
[Girl Guide Parade and Inspection; Boy Scout Competition]
This film shows a company of Guides outside St Andrew's Church, in Burgess Hill. This is followed by a parade exiting a church after a service. Three Guide leaders head the parade into the Churchyard. The Minister and two Scout leaders are filmed along with a series of meet-and-greet inspections in the churchyard. The final part shows a Scout prize giving ceremony [Hardy Cup?] being awarded to the Slaugham troop with spectators.
Festival Celebrations In Canterbury
|Date||18 July - 10 August 1951||ID||11628|
This film shows events celebrating the Festival of Britain in Canterbury during July and August 1951, including a festival service at the Cathedral, scenes of the exhibition in the City centre, and finally a procession of historical tableau and scenes from Kent's history.
The Church in Action in the Hop Gardens of East Kent
This intertitled silent film, produced by the Church of England Temperance Society, shows the society's work amongst the annual hop-picking communities of East Kent. The film highlights the day-to-day activities of the hop-pickers and the church's mission activities.
[Coronation Celebrations in Burgess Hill]
|Date||31 May 1953 - 06 June 1953||ID||3000|
This film records the events taking place in Burgess Hill to commemorate the Queen’s Coronation in 1953.
[Eversfield Hospital: outdoor activities; handicraft; visiting Bishop; outing to Litlington]
|Date||1954 - 1955||ID||8207|
A professionally made film with intertitles by Wallace Heaton Limited which features patients at Eversfield Hospital taking part in a number of activities such as reunions, outings and performances. The film also includes the visit of a colporteur from 'Spurgeon's Colportage Association' who is greeted by patients and staff.
[Buxted Farm; Seaside Outing]
An amateur film of Fegans Children's home and farm at Buxted.
[Local Scenes Brighton; Birthdays; Christening; Christmas]
This compilation shows a young boy with his mother, a family visit to Brighton, a birthday tea party in a garden, a Christening and Christmas day celebration.
Opening of Venture House
Venture House, an Ockenden Venture home for refugee children founded by Joyce Pearce, is opened by the Dean of Windsor. Included are scenes of the children during recreational activitiee.
[Baby; Hazelwick Sports; Holiday at Felixstowe]
|Date||8 April 1955; 4 June 1955; 11 June 1955; August 1955||ID||9160|
This edited film features scenes of a family group playing with a baby in a living room, followed by a compilation of a set of photographs featuring Evangelist Rev. Billy Graham and several posters for his "Souls in Conflict" sermon outside the Embassy (Cinema) Theatre. The second part shows various events of two school sports days (Great Walstead? & Hazelwick School), and a colour film of a seaside holiday to Felixstowe with scenes of the family at the beach and on a boat trip.
This amateur film features a Catholic religious procession at a church in Haywards Heath, with the group carrying a statue of St Maria. People associated with the Roman Catholic Church in Haywards Heath are seen processing from the church; they carry various banners and religious symbols. A religious ceremony is then conducted in the grounds of a large house.
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