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The SS Mango at Selsey
|Date||[ca. 1920s - early 1930s]||ID||8164|
This film appears to be a compilation of fragments and outtakes. Scenes include: men sitting on deckchairs on a beach; views of a stormy coastline at Bognor; boats at sea; a bi-plane landing; a man leaving a cricket pavilion; a series of intertitles documenting both a Scouting event and the SS Mango at Bognor but without the related footage.
[Miscellaneous Family Pictures]
|Date||[1930 - 1937?]||ID||3355|
A number of films spooled together, spanning the 1930s, showing a family and friends enjoying various activities and outings including swimming and diving, sailing, games, picnics, and in other activities in and around Selsey, at Lynams School in Oxford, at Birdham and Wittering. See separate records in this collection relating to individual films from this spool.
Footage of the Glaseby family, mother and young child, playing on Selsey's beach outside their beach hut, and at home in a domestic garden, in the 1930s.
A Typical Budget [West Sussex News Items]
A film complilation showing notable events in Bognor Regis and nearby locations in West Sussex that includes the S.S. Mango ashore at Selsey and the ruins of Cowdray House, Midhurst.
Britain on Film - Coast & Sea - The West Sussex Coast
A compilation of archive films, with a specially commissioned musical accompaniment, looking at various locations along the West Sussex coast from the 1930s to the 1960s. Produced with support from the British Film Institute's Britain on Film Coast & Sea Programme Development Fund.
[Tupper and Phipps Wedding in Selsey]
|Date||8 April 1933||ID||14337|
A nitrate film of the wedding of Miss M.Phipps and Mr J. Tupper on 8th April 1933 at Selsey's Parish Church.
The Arcadian Follies at Selsey
|Date||August 1936 - September 1936||ID||3337|
Scenes filmed on a family holiday to the beach at Selsey. A group of young men swim and play in the sea, people play tennis, boys jump from a floating platform, and there are scenes of the holiday beach house 'Arcadia' and surrounding chalets and landscape.
A compilation of scenes filmed at the beach at Selsey featuring boys in Kayaks, the launch of a lifeboat at Selsey. Other scenes of activity at the beach include young men in small motor boats, a sailing boat and a Kayak, people outside a beach house and women looking at a sundial in a garden.
Post war footage, filmed by Gladys Bishop, of her grandchildren, John Edward and Ann Patricia, in black and white and colour, at play in her landscaped garden in Sutton, Surrey, and at Selsey beach in West Sussex.
[Family Scenes at Selsey]
Footage taken by Gladys Bishop of her daughter and granddaughter, husband and grandson, at home at Mulgrave Road in Sutton, Surrey, and on the beach at Selsey, in around 1951.
[Scenes at Selsey; Family Home Haltings]
Gladys Bishop films her grandchildren riding horses in a paddock, and her daughters and their children at Selsey beach, in 1952.
[Domestic Scenes; Seaside; Sporting Events]
An edited film showing short scenes that includes family outings, at sports events, holidays, gatherings and at home in the garden. Several of the sequences have intertitles, printed on acetate and held up to the camera on location in 1962.
How Do You Go?
Amateur footage of the modes of transport people use whilst enjoying leisure time pursuits, including horseriding on the beach, canal barges, the Bluebell Railway, the Eastbourne Electric tram, and a variety of sea-going boats. The film was made by members of Haywards Heath & District Amateur Cine Society.
|Date||4 May 1968||ID||2220|
An amateur film showing the dedication ceremony of the new RNLI Selsey inshore lifeboat. After the ceremony, the lifeboat is launched by the crew and together with an RAF rescue helicopter carries out a rescue demonstration. Large crowds are gathered on the beach and pier to watch.
An amateur film capturing the third international Birdman Rally at Selsey. Competitors prepare their flying machines on the sea front. Spectators are gathered on the beach to watch as people take it in turns to jump off Selsey lifeboat jetty. The crew of the RNLI inshore lifeboat help competitors out of the water. A large number of small boats are anchored offshore.
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