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[Visit to the Park; Family Scenes]
Family scenes filmed in the 1930s in London and Surrey. Much of the footage is filmed in a park with deer, seemingly unfazed by the family's presence. Interior, picnic and domestic garden scenes are also included.
Fan Court: Preparatory School for Boys
This amateur film with intertitles contains outdoor shots of the pupils, staff and grounds of Fan Court Preparatory School for Boys at Chertsey. Many of the images are posed group shots, capturing the participants between classes and during sporting activities.
[Brooklands and Crystal Palace Car Racing]
|Date||1930; 28 June 1938||ID||1418|
Film from 1930 shows crowds milling around Brooklands racing track before a race. This is followed by footage from the London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace in 1938, filmed from the stands. The film ends with shots of the Crystal Palace grounds, where a tower is visible in the background, the only part of the Palace then standing after a fire in 1936.
Scenes filmed at Reigate Carnival in 1930 and 1933 by members of the North Downs Cinematograph Society. Elaborate floats and fancy dress costumes feature throughout.
Welcome to Croydon
The film opens with a banner ‘Welcome to Croydon’. There are street and market scenes with trams and buses passing by. A couple change a flat tyre in a country lane. Scenes of towns in Surrey and Sussex include roadside picnics, motorcycles and sidecars, and views from Box Hill. Views at Birling Gap are followed by the group on the beach at Ryde and Shanklin where they play cricket. Various picnic scenes follow, and the film ends with views of the Brooklands race track.
[Soldiers Marching; Cricket Match, Guildford]
This black and white film shows members of the Queen's Royal (West) Surrey Regiment on parade and playing a game of cricket on a field next to their Stoughton Barracks in Guildford, Surrey.
[Guildford; Competitive Sports; Marching; Portrait]
This edited film show the officers and men from the Queen's Royal (West) Surrey Regiment on base at Stoughton Barracks participating in a sports day event and on parade.
This edited film shows a drill or demonstration with guns and ammunition by the Queen's Royal (West) Surrey Regiment at their barracks (Stoughton) or field station (?). The soldiers have group photographs taken and are seen socialising in between shots. A military passenger vehicle is filmed leaving and passes a church and other buildings along the route to another location.
[Bognor; Derby; Wedding; Hendon]
|Date||28 June 1930; 3 June 1931||ID||10144|
This black and white film consists of four parts: a young mother and child swimming and playing on the beach at Bognor; scenes of horse racing at the Epsom Derby; family scenes and a wedding; and views from the Hendon Air Display. The extensive Derby and Hendon sections make up the majority of this film.
An amateur film of family scenes mainly filmed outside in domestic gardens.
[Girls at Claremont School]
|Date||[ca. early 1930s ?]||ID||1368|
A compilation of amateur film recording outdoor events at Claremont School For Girls in Esher. In the late 1970s the school amalgamated with Fan Court Preparatory School for Boys to form Claremont Fan Court School.
[In and around East Horsley]
|Date||1931 - 1934||ID||7711|
A home movie featuring the Chown family from the 1930s. Family and friends are seen in and around East Horsley and on holiday at various locations in southern England. Also featured is a gymkhana - organised by Frank Chown and attended by Lord and Lady Crewe.
Scenes at the Epsom Derby showing cars arriving on site, the bookies and large crowds, the horses and riders, a newsreel camera crew, a Pearly King and Queen, and crowds jostling to see the cars of HRH King George and Queen Mary drive away.
[Family Barclay Film I; Fair; Wedding; Pool; Holiday]
A compilation of family scenes filmed on holidays, outings, picnics and trips to London, Sussex and Essex in 1932.
|Date||[1932 or 1933]||ID||727|
Susan Rudd, the oldest of two Rudd children, is filmed in the early stages of her life. For the opening scenes she is only four hours old, but the film closes with her walking and playing aged sixteen months. Family scenes are filmed on a trip to the beach and in the family garden at Stonelands, Bramley, between 1932 and 1933, filmed by both Mr. and Mrs. Rudd.
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