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[Family Scenes; Gardening]
|Date||1959 - 1961||ID||983|
A home movie featuring a domestic garden belonging to Mr and Mrs Robbins. The film captures the garden and the work to maintain it through the changing seasons, including the floods of 1960. Other family scenes include the wedding of their daughter and teaching their grandchild how to walk.
[Rural Scenes; Outings; Holidays; Bluebell Railway; Eastbourne Trams; Rough Sea at Seaford]
|Date||1960 - 1962||ID||4154|
A compilation of home movie material which includes footage of hunting with hounds, family outings to beaches, and holidays to the Westcountry.
Snow scenes filmed by Mr. Harrison, a member of Brighton Cine Club and a prolific home movie maker, in the 1960s.
My Family & Other Animals
An edited colour film of Hinchliff family domestic scenes. The family are also seen having their photo taken at 'Grannies 95th birthday' (?), where several members of the Gowlland household can be seen.
[Trip Down the Thames; Birthday Party; Rainbow]
This film shows the family aboard the "Wincombelee" boat on the River Thames, passing Big Ben, the RAF Memorial on Victoria Embankment, Royal Festival Hall, Waterloo Bridge, St Paul's Cathedral, London Bridge, Tower Bridge, HMS Belfast, and Tower of London. The family tour the Tower. The second part shows a birthday tea party with a boat shaped cake, and a view of a Rainbow.
This amateur film captures the garden at the Ainsworth family home in Woodbeding Glebe over the changing seasons.
Herne Bay on Ice
A record of the time the sea froze in Herne Bay. The phenomenon occurred during the severe winter of 1963. The film-maker has added illustrated titles and his own commentary.
[Baby in Pram]
Winter scenes of a Brighton park and the film-maker's granddaughter in a pram filmed by Mr. Harrison in January 1963.
Meander in Maidstone
This film shows various views of Maidstone, Kent. Including scenes along the Medway river and the town centre, with landmarks such as All Saints Church, Brenchley Gardens, the Municipal Theatre and the Granada Theatre. The film also contains scenes of widespread flooding in the area.
[Winter in Brighton]
Brighton & Hove seafront scenes, taken in Winter during stormy weather and rough seas, and after a heavy snowfall, by Michael Gillings in around 1964.
[Two Weddings 1964]
A compilation of rainy and windy wedding scenes which bookend footage of family and friends in Kent, taken by Joan Irons in 1964. This film has a red/magenta cast throughout.
Scenes filmed at the Compleat Angler Fishing Club of Eastbourne Billet Bowl at Waller's Haven with sarcastic commentary, filmed by Eddie Morris in 1965.
[Military Vehicles; Etc.]
|Date||[ca. 1965 - 1966]||ID||7001|
Remembrance Day firing salute and parade on Brighton Seafront, and Hove Town Hall, badly damaged after a recent fire, filmed by Michael Gillings in the mid 1960s.
BBC Radio Brighton
|Date||[1967 - 1968?]||ID||3539|
An amateur film which charts the early days of BBC Radio Brighton. The film includes scenes of the offices being converted, the station manager touring the region, and recordings on location. The station's first transmission officially began on the 14th February 1968, though it made unscheduled broadcasts in December 1967 to cover local severe snowstorms.
[Rough Sea, Ardingly shows and Lancing Seaside and Fete]
|Date||1969; 1970; 1971||ID||664|
A collection of short amateur films made by George Horrobin. The films capture a storm at Seaford, two trips to the Ardingly Show, domestic scenes, Lancing Fete and two trips to the beach.
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