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[Holiday to Woodside Bay]
This film shows scenes from a family sailing holiday and trip to the Warner’s Woodside Bay holiday camp on the Isle of Wight. The opening scenes show the family tethering the sails of a boat on a windy beach at a local sailing club [some damage, not included in online clip].
[Isle of Wight Holiday; Yarmouth; QE2]
This film shows a young girl doing a jigsaw puzzle on grass in front of a holiday chalet. Two men act out a comedy routine in front of a gathering of people, and on a road. The film shows the family waking on the beach, feeding seagulls, and views of various boats, ships and ferries, including the Queen Elizabeth II.
[Travels Bexhill: St. Peters; Hastings Fish and Old Town; About Sussex; Rye; Herstmonceux Observatory; Thames Long Reach]
A car travels through Sussex towns and countryside in this film by Christopher Harris. Scenes include the coast and street scenes at Bexhill-on-Sea, Hastings and Rye. The film-maker makes a brief stop at the Royal Observatory, Herstmonceux in Sussex, visiting the Isaac Newton Telescope with views of the Equatorial Group of telescope domes on the opposite side of the road.
A film about the Ramsgate Hovercraft service as it celebrates a million passengers and 120,000 vehicles carried since the service began on the 6th April 1966.
[Holiday in the Lake District and Guernsey]
Two family holidays are shown; the first to the Lake District and the Second to Guernsey in the Channel Islands. The first holiday shows the children feeding a pony, playing on the edge of a lake and watching boats on the late. The second holiday to Guernsey shows the family at St Peter Port, watching the "Ile de Serk" leave the harbour with Castle Cornet in the background. The film closes with a family visit to a butterfly house, and a flowering garden (?).
[Lake District Holiday; Cub Football Match; New Bike]
|Date||1974; 1975; 1976||ID||9412|
A film shows a family camping holiday to Coniston in Cumbria. The film is intercut with shots of a Cub Scout football match. The final part shows the family at home.
[Charterhouse and Godalming Life Saving Club]
Groups of teenagers from the Charterhouse and Godalming Life Saving Club take part in training exercises in a motor boat, aboard the Royal Life Saving Society boat and aboard a Canal long boat on several bodies of water. Later teenagers gather to have a picnic followed by further practice canoeing on a river.
The Year of the Voyage
A travelogue film of a cruise from England to Poland, culminating in a visit to Warsaw. The film consists of many scenes aboard the Polish Ocean Lines ship TSS Stefan Batory, and brief stops at various ports including Rotterdam. There is a long section showing views of Warsaw, including the Sappers' Memorial, the Old Town Square and the Royal Castle, and scenes of the group visiting friends in the area.
[Hong Kong] [Part Three [?]]
This film shows the Bricklell family aboard a boat on a bay touring the coastline of Hong Kong [?]. Shots show the water traffic, high rise buildings and moorings along the coastline. The second part of the film shows a brief night-time view followed by day time scenes of a rural farmstead and greenhouse in a valley. The film closes with scenes of a dovecote, shaped like a Chinese pagoda and a flock of birds in an enclosure.
[Hong Kong] [Part Four [?]]
A family holiday film showing the group gathered on a bridge overlooking Hong Kong Harbour and touring the city. Scenes include the Armistice Cenotaph, the "Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Company" building, a statue of Sir Thomas Jackson in Statue Square, The Mandarin Hotel and views from the Peak Tram funicular railway with the harbour and Hong Kong Island below. A series of rural landscape views of Hong Kong complete the film.
Patcham House Special School: Jubilee River Trip; School Sports
A compilation of amateur films filmed by the headmaster of Patcham House Special School. Pupils and staff are seen taking part in sports on the school field, enjoying a trip on the Woolwich Ferry on Jubilee Day and competing at the 'International Spastics Games' in Edinburgh.
Another Week With Jess [Devon Holiday]
A travelogue film showing a tour of a selction of attractions and religious buildings in Stoney Cross, Torquay, Plymouth,Bovey Tracey, Dartmoor, Stoke Fleming, Exeter and Shaftesbury.
[Waverley at Whitstable]
This film follows the paddle steamer 'Waverley' as it travels from Whitstable and Gravesend, then on to central London down the Thames. On board, a local sea cadet band plays to entertain the passengers.
Paddle Steamer 'Waverley' at Whitstable
|Date||30 April 1983||ID||742|
The paddle steamer Waverley arrives at Whitstable in Kent. Crowds gather on the harbourside to greet the steamer as it arrives. The Sea Cadet band plays as passengers disembark and the steamer prepares for the next leg of its journey. Passengers board the steamer before it departs for Southend and London.
[Hythe Venetian Fete 1983]
|Date||17 August 1983||ID||893|
The Hythe Venetian Fete of August 1983 is captured on this amateur film. The opening of the fete is conducted by the mayor of Hythe. Decorated floats process along the Royal Military Canal with spectators and the judges looking on. After dark, fireworks are let off and illuminated floats process for a second time. A commentator narrates each float.
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