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A short film of Shoreham Harbour, shot on a misty day. The film features fishing boats, men working at the waterside, several shots of the lock, the power station, and a family on board a small boat. [Note: online clip is mute]
A family holiday in Northern France. They travel in their own car using the Silver City Car Air Ferry. Once there, they visit local towns and beaches, including Arromanches.
A member of Haywards Heath Cine Society films the two-man crabber teams at work off the Cornish coast at Coverack. Their hauls of shellfish are purchased by the Newlyn-based 'W. Harvey & Sons Shellfish Merchants', and are deshelled by female workers.
A Fishy Tale
The Erskine family on a fishing trip in Weymouth Bay - where mackerel and a thornback ray are caught and various scenes of yachts and ferries are filmed from the boat.
A Visit to our South Coast Resorts
This amateur film documents towns and villages along the coast of East and West Sussex. Starting in Eastbourne, the film-maker records typical seaside and harbour scenes, travelling westwards along the coast. The film concludes at Bognor Regis.
Brighton and Other Places of Interest
This well-made amateur film extols the sights and activities that Brighton had to offer visitors during the late 1960s. The film, which includes a commentary and music, captures scenes from Brighton, its seafront, parks and gardens.
Holiday in Scotland; Sunday School Outing]
|Date||3 July 1965; 31 July 1965||ID||9173|
This edited film shows a holiday to Scotland, a church outing to to a large park or garden with the group returning to Three Bridges Free Church via green livery Southdowns bus.
[Holiday at Christchurch and Isle of Wight]
This holiday film includes a visit to the Warner's Woodside Bay holiday park outdoor pool. Scenes include a young girl being taught how to swim, a boy playing with a large ball in the water and the family sitting on the terrace. The second part shows scenes from a freshwater swimming competition (?) and a rescue training exercise by several policemen. The film closes with scenes of a family group aboard a fishing boat at sea, and the Burns family on the beach.
An amateur comedy style documentary film showing various aspects of Brighton in the late 1960s. The film takes a humorous look at Brighton's seaside attractions, weaving together images of the town with a loose narrative.
[Spring Camping; Tree Lopping; Folkestone Holiday]
This edited colour family film shows an extended family on holiday at a camp site in the New Forest; on a beach holiday in Folkestone and together at home in the Laleham garden.
Sea fishing at Bognor Regis; Horsham swimming pool
Two nicely shot films made by an amateur film-maker during the summer of 1972. The first documents several boat trips with local fisherman at Bognor Regis, including footage of lobster pots and mackerel caught on a free line. The second film records a trip to the open-air pool at Horsham Park, which closed around 1979 to be replaced by a newer facility.
[Bentley Wildfowl; Austrian Holiday; Gatwick; Southsea; Silver Jubilee at Seaford; Mallorca Holiday]
|Date||1975 - 1977||ID||4166|
Amateur film with intertitles throughout of scenes in Sussex and Hampshire, and holidays abroad, including; Silver Jubilee celebrations at Seaford Salts recreation ground; planes at Gatwick Airport; Naval and passenger ships at Portsmouth Harbour; crowded beaches and day trips in Mallorca.
A film showing various aspects of Brighton in the early 1980s contrasted with postcard images of the town from an earlier age. The film is silent though may have been intended to be shown with a live commentary.
Kent: The Weald and the Marsh
Part of the 'Regions of Britain' series and sponsored by Shell UK, this Travelogue style film takes the viewer through the Kentish countryside including fruit orchards, hop gardens, villages, woodland, marshes and the architecture of the county. The film shows Canterbury Cathedral, Romney, Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone, the River Medway, and fishing at Dungeness.
[Fishing at Brighton]
An amateur 'day-in-the-life' record of fishermen at work in Brighton Marina and in the seas off the Southcoast.
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