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Garden of Formentor
This narrated colour film shows a family holiday to 'Majorca', staying at the Hotel Formentor with coastal landscape shots and a tour of local villages and attractions. The film has opening titles, voice over and music throughout. Narrated by Gilbert, Richard and Mary, with dubbed sound from Barbara (young girl).
This black and white film shows the second Youth Fellowship weekend in Eastbourne in April 1958, where the group go on an organised walk over Beachy Head and Cuckmere Haven, play on the beaches and attend a church service at St Andrew's Presbyterian church.
This edited colour travelogue style film with music and narration, tours the monuments and ruins of Rome, the Vatican City and the surrounding environs of Lazio and Tivoli. The film also shows Pope John XXIII at Castel Gandolfo performing a blessing and on a street tour.
[Grandparents in Hill Barn Garden]
|Date||4 May 1958||ID||9749|
This colour family film shows the gardens and grounds at the family home, Hill Barn in Sanderstead and of Gilbert Tomes' parents sitting together in the garden. Barbara and Richard walk in the garden with their grandparents and Sprinter the poodle. The gardens and trees are in full bloom, as the family tour the garden. The film has music throughout and recorded voices which are out of sync.
Portrait of Penge
This amateur travelogue style documentary explores the town of Penge, on the fringes of South East London. Made as part of the Penge Rotary Club's exchange with a US Club, it shows the town, its people and local life prior to being swallowed up by boundary changes in Greater London. Included are views of the neighbouring Crystal Palace Park, BBC transmitters, gardens and the Lyceum Ballroom with Frank and Peggy Spencer's Ballroom Dancing team.
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