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This colour film shows the family on several caravanning holidays and sightseeing trips around the South Coast of England and Wales.
[Vacation Leave: Mylor]
|Date||1958; 8 May 1958||ID||7731|
This film shows a family holiday to Corrnwall, visiting several coastal towns and villages, including Mylor Bridge, Helston for the Helston Furry festival and Falmouth Harbour with Pendennis Castle.
[Dymchurch Scenes 1959; Wales 1960]
|Date||1959 - 1960||ID||7399|
Scenes filmed by Joan and family members, that includes scenes with Joan at home with her parents in Dymchurch and on a family holiday to Wales, in 1959 - 1960.
[Wales; Royal Yacht Britannia; Dymchurch Scenes; Lambeth Scenes]
This amateur silent film opens with a number of scenes of family and friends relaxing on a beach in North Wales. The middle and end of the film shows scenes around London, including the Royal Yacht Britannia and a couple sightseeing in the vicinity of Lambeth Palace.
This family film opens with shots from the London to Brighton vintage Motorcycle event, followed by several vintage car and motorcycle displays. A May Queen style carnival is held in the village of Builth Wells in Powys, Wales. The family take a holiday in Wales and Warwickshire and visit a livestock farm.
[Brian and June Wedding No. 1]
|Date||30 May 1964||ID||7832|
This home movie documents the wedding celebrations of Brian Sheppard to June Bellingham. The ceremony took place in West Glamorgan in Wales. The film shows scenes of the wedding reception and guests.
[Brian and June Wedding No. 2]
|Date||30 May 1964||ID||7833|
This is the second film made to document the wedding of Brian Sheppard to Bellingham in West Glamorgan, Wales. The film includes shots of the bride before the ceremony, the bride and groom immediately after leaving the church, and the couple departing from their wedding reception.
[Brian and June Wedding No. 3]
|Date||30 May 1964||ID||7834|
This film is the third home movie made to document the wedding of Brian Shepard to June Billingham. The film contains scenes from the couple's wedding reception.
[Lorely and Angela’s Weddings]
|Date||1 Sept 1966; 21 Oct 1967||ID||4170|
Two family weddings, in South Wales and Southwick, filmed and edited with intertitles by Les and Joy Parfitt in 1966 and 1967. The couples stand outside the churches in which they have just been married, both brides in long satin dresses and veils.
Wales by Train
An edited travelogue film showing several train journeys from London Euston onto various railway lines in Wales. Lines includes the Festinoc Railway Line, Fairbourne Minature Steam Railway, Vale of Rheidol Railway, Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway and the Talyllyn Railway. The film has opening and closing titles [Audio removed from online version for copyright reasons].
[Family Holidays and Outings; Child Cleaning Fireplace]
This film shows several outings and holidays that include: Craig Goch Dam in the Elan Valley; Broadway Tower in the Cotswolds; Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire; an outing to Windsor Great Park; and the family at their home in Laleham.
[Caravan Holiday; Visiting South Wales; TVSC Regatta]
This film shows two family holidays, the first is a camping and caravaning holiday in the New Forest and the second is a trip to a cottage in South Wales. The final section shows a family outing to the Thames Valley Skiff Club regatta, where family members row several Thames Skiffs in the water with others watching from the river bank.
Ar Grwydyr yng Nghymru [Life at Hendre Hall]
Scenes from Ockenden Venture home Hendre Hall. Children return from school, play and sew, eat a meal together and go to bed.
[Holiday in Wales]
This home movie features a family holiday to Wales. The film includes scenes of the journey from England into Wales, a hot air balloon display (G-AZJI), and a stop on the A303 to look at Stonehenge. The family drive over the Severn Bridge, pass the Tintern Abbey ruins at Chepstow, the "Talocher Farmhouse Hotel", "St David's Precinct Wall" (Bishop's Palace), have a picnic next to a boating lake and watch a group of Morris dancers perform. The final scenes show the family in an indoor pool.
[Warminster and Arley]
This film shows a series of family scenes, opening with a shot of a riverside where the film-maker's wife Kay is relaxing. The next sequence shows views of the surrounding rural landscape with a farmhouse, followed by members of the film-maker's family in a garden and playing together at a playground with their two dogs. They push a dog in a swing and on a roundabout. The film ends with portrait shots of the dogs in a domestic garden.
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