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[Jubilee Celebrations; Franklin Street Brighton]
|Date||7 June 1977||ID||4369|
An amateur film, which was shot and edited on B/W video (Portapak), records one of the thousands of street parties which took place across Britain in 1977 to celebrate HM The Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee. This party occurs on Franklin Street in Hanover, a residential district of Brighton.
Queen’s Silver Jubilee Street Party Reigate
Footage taken at a street Party on St. Clair Close in Reigate to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee in 1977.
[Gaisford High School: Jubilee Celebrations, 1977]
Gaisford High School for Girls in Worthing, West Sussex, celebrates the Queen's Jubilee in 1977 with sports and fancy dress events in footage filmed by E. C. Edwards.
Play it Again, Blanco
A compilation of domestic family and street scenes and a travelog of several outings and visits to Tunbridge Wells, with brief shots of a military parade and demonstration at a Barracks (?).
Herne Bay Pier. Prince Charles visit to Westgate in Canterbury
The day after a storm leaves Herne Bay pier badly damaged on 11th January 1978. A visit to Canterbury by Prince Charles on 9th November 1978. Home movie footage of a christening and scenes of a Clague family member's house and garden.
[Patcham House Special School: Fete etc.]
A compilation of amateur films made by the headmaster of Patcham House Special School. The children, who have range of physical disabilities are seen at a carnival in London to mark the 50th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II, at various sports days, and on class outings to Alfriston, Eastbourne and Bodiam Castle.
This film, which has music, commentary and titles, covers several events in Canterbury in 1983, including a carnival, a marathon and a visit to the city by Diana, Princess of Wales.
The Emperor’s New Clothes
This amateur version of the animated children's fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen, tells the story of a wealthy emperor who walks naked through the streets of his kingdom, believing he is wearing a magic suit of clothing only he can see. The film is illustrated and narrated throughout, with opening and closing titles and music.
Beefeaters herald the arrival of HM The Queen Elizabeth II on her visit to Chichester Cathedral, where during the service, she will distribute the Royal Maundy Money. The film by Chichester Film & Video Makers has a spoken commentary with facts and details about the events.
HM The Queen, Elizabeth II Visit to Brighton
|Date||29 March 2001||ID||4440|
HM Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh visit Brighton and Hove for the first time since it was granted city status. An amateur cameraman is given exclusive access to film the Royal visitors at a reception in the Corn Exchange and on a walkabout in the city centre.
[Ightham Coxcombe Fair Jubilee Celebration]
An amateur film recording the village of Ightham during the Golden Jubilee year 2002. A tour of the village is followed by images of the Ightham Coxcombe Fair, a local event which was specifically revived to celebrate the Jubilee.
Trug makers Sarah Page and Tim Franks demonstrate how a traditional Sussex basket is made using sweet chestnut and willow, a craft that is under threat of extinction. The film, produced by amateur film-makers Harry Lederman and Alan Tutt in 2007, features footage of The Truggery from Screen Archive South East, filmed by F. P. Barnitt in the 1930s.
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