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[Family and Children; Garden; Austin Reed Headquarters]
This film opens with group portrait shots of the extended family, taken in the family garden. In the next scene, Austin Reed and the Board of Directors (?) pose together on the roof of the Austin Reed Headquarters at Summit House, Red Lion Square, London. Views of the open square and street scenes follow, with additional shots of the facade of an Austin Reed branded building.
[Picnic; Hunt; Fly Fishing; Visit to the Coast]
This film shows a family trip to the countryside. The family have a picnic at the side of the road and watch two hunts as they pass through rural villages. The family also partake in several outdoor pastimes including fly fishing at a lake, horse riding in the countryside, and take a trip to the coast.
This film shows the family on holiday in Torquay in Devon, taking walks and boat trips, and then in their garden with their pets.
Blakeney [Norfolk], Sandbanks [Dorset]
This film shows a family holiday to Blakeney Point (Norfolk) and Sandbanks (Dorset) touring the landscape, seaside resort and historical points of interest.
[Scouts at Ashenground; Show; Rover Investure; Air Scouts; Camp; Parade; Rally; Gala]
This black and white film shows several Scout based sporting and performing arts events including a swimming competition, a variety stage performance or 'Gang Show', mixed shots of several camps and rallies and snowy scenes of a parish church and Scouts playing winter sports.
[History of Apple Porch]
|Date||[ca. 1946 - 1947]||ID||3453|
An amateur film featuring the Sadler family home near Chichester. The film was made by David Sadler using his father's camera. There are scenes of the house ('Apple Porch') throughout the seasons, as well as some colour footage of an air display filmed in Holland.
[Horse Show; Holiday at Eastbourne]
Film of the Gowlland family in the first year of Peace after the Second World War. In this film, the family go to a Gymkhana, and go on Holiday to Eastbourne, where they play on the beachat Eastbourne, and visit Alfrison and the surrounding Sussex Downs.
Eastbourne and Battle 1946
This edited colour and black and white film features coastal and urban shots of the towns of Eastbourne and Battle. The Corder family on holiday in East Sussex visit Battle Abbey, Eastbourne sea front, Eastbourne town centre, Belle Tout lighthouse on Beachy Head and explore the countryside at Seven Sisters Country Park along the Cuckmere River.
[Windover Cottage 1947]
Film of the Gowlland family on holiday at 'Windover' cottage, Fairlight on the Sussex Coast at Easter, at Witsun, and in August. The family, at times joined by other family members, celebrate Easter with coloured eggs, go for walks, visit Rye and go to Fairlight Cove, a rocky beach at the bottom of steep cliffs.
[Holidays to the West Country and Scotland]
An amateur film-maker films family holidays to the South West and Scotland. The holidaymakers tour the coastline and villages in the West County, stopping at Stonehenge on their way home in the South East of England. They visit the east coast of Scotland in the following year, stopping at Dundee and St Andrews before travelling into the Highlands.
[Holidays in Spain]
|Date||September 1947; May 1952||ID||1455|
Travels across Spain feature in this film, recorded on two separate trips. On the first, Mr Voss drives from Barcelona to Madrid, stopping in Bilbao. On the second, almost five years later, Voss travels from Madrid to Burgos, stopping at Aranda de Duero, Estella and Pamplona. He returns to Madrid via the Guadarrama mountains, and visits Roman monuments at Mérida.
[Sussex County Camp; Acrobatic Display; Scouting Parade]
|Date||24 - 26 May 1947||ID||9915|
This black and white film shows the Stanmer Park Sussex County Rally, with events speeches and demonstrations. A smaller Cub Scout gathering shows the boys under a flagpole reciting the Scout oath, followed by shots of the group taking part in several sporting activities and games outside a parish church. The film ends with scenes of a couple in a domestic garden.
[Scouting Training Courses]
|Date||1947 - 1948||ID||9920|
This edited Scouting based film shows a series of training courses for adult Scout leaders in Haywards Heath. The group way-find by orienteering through rural and urban parts of Haywards Heath, gathering at their Scout hut and camp between sessions.
[Football Match on Handcross Rec.; Borde Hill Camp; Handcross Church Parade]
The film shows a group of Scouts and Cubs from the 1st Haywards Heath troop playing a football match in Handcross. At a Scout camp in the grounds of Borde Hill, the group relax and play sports. The group later parade through Handcross Village to All Saint's Church, with other local Scout and Guide packs.
This incomplete documentary, with romantic commentary, features Chichester as its subject, but also looks at other aspects of Sussex and the South Downs in the introduction, such as The Long Man of Wilmington and Boxgrove Priory. Chichester and its cathedral forms the central feature of the documentary; the film ends abruptly as the narrator begins to introduce the interior of the cathedral.
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