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[Family Scenes; Holidays; At Stonelands]
|Date||[1927 - 1930?]||ID||726|
Rudd family scenes from the late 1920s and early 1930s, filmed by Mr. and Mrs. Rudd in their garden at Stonelands in Bramley and while on holidays to Brighton, Arundel, Scotland and Cornwall [?] to visit friends and relatives.
Crawley & District Bowling and Lawn Tennis Club
|Date||1927 - 1928||ID||2259|
This amateur film captures people playing bowls, croquet and lawn tennis at an outdoor sports club in Crawley in the late 1920s.
[Local Scenes and Family Pictures]
A compilation of films by an amateur film-maker. The films include family outings, scenes at a livestock market and a historical pageant. The pageant also includes a brief scene showing Christopher Robin Milne (son of author A.A.Milne) leading a group of children dressed as characters from his father's books: Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Tigger and Kanga.
['Nutmead' Play: 'Hazeldene Orchestra']
|Date||1927; 1928; 1931||ID||2433|
Percy and Eleanor Grace Nightingale and friends perform a brief play in front of the camera in the garden of their Crawley home 'Nutmead'. The 'Hazeldene Orchestra', under the conductorship of its founder Moses Nightingale, celebrates his 70th birthday and its 50th anniversary with a musical performance in the garden of 'Hazeldene'.
[Moruth; School Sports; Christening]
Florence Nightingale Payne films family and friends in the gardens of her Surrey home 'Moruth'. Her daughter Margaret joins classmates at Croham Hurst School's Sports Day. Members of the extended Nightingale family gather at the christening of the Edward John Nightingale.
[Ted on Motorcycle]
A compilation that includes a man [Ted?] on a motorcycle [TW 1617 - also on 8163]; followed by a group in a car, portraits of a group of young men and several men standing around a motorcycle; portraits of a Terrier dog and a family group running out of a house close to the film.
[Ted on Motorcycle]
A compilation showing a man [Ted?] on a motorcycle [TW 1617 - also on 8162] driving on an urban street with a young boy sat behind him; a sign on a gate to a field reads: 'No Thoroughfare by order of Henry Layton Staffurth" with two boys being chased over a gate by a man with a long branch [unsure if this is fact or a short fiction sequence]; closing with a series of portraits of several men smoking cigarettes in a street.
Bognor Gazette: London Ladies MCC at Bognor
|Date||1 April 1927||ID||8161|
This short intertitled film: “Bognor Gazette: London Laides MCC at Bognor” [sic], shows several women on motorcycles driving along the seafront at Bognor on route to Epsom, wearing full motorcycling gear. A group of men cheer them on. Further Intertitles explain the race. The Epsom portion of the race does not feature on this reel.
A compilation showing a large crowd assembled at the Goodwood race track with mixed views of the estate during several races [high angle] from a hill, closing with a very brief view of a pier filled with a large group of people [?]
Staley Family Domestic
|Date||1928 - 1931||ID||3210|
This family film focuses on the activities of six year old daughter Pam who plays with a board game and other toys at home, rides a horse on the beach and plays with autumn leaves. She has her first walk to School with her mother, climbs a tree and convalesces after a tonsillectomy.
Chichester: HRH The Duke of Gloucester Presents New Colours to Famous First Batt. The Royal Sussex Regiment
|Date||15 June 1928||ID||3052|
The Duke of Gloucester is filmed presenting new Colours to the 1st Battalion of the Royal Sussex Regiment. He is greeted by dignitaries upon arrival, inspects the troops, presents the new Colours and poses for photographs with the Battalion. The Battalion then marches through the streets of Chichester, taking the old Colours to St George's Chapel at Chichester Cathedral. They are watched by large crowds who line the streets.
|Date||[1928 - 1937]||ID||3184|
Amateur film-makers capture community-centred events in Crawley during the late 1920s and 1930s. Scenes include a parade commemorating the Coronation of King George VI in 1937.
[Xmas at Hazeldene. Picking Spring Flowers]
Members of the Nightingale family gather in the snow-laden garden of the family home 'Hazeldene' - they build a snowman, have a snowball fight and play musical instruments. The film also contains footage from the following Spring of the Nightingale women picking wild primroses and daffodils.
[Golden Wedding. 'Moruth' Garden Scenes]
|Date||[ca. 1928; 23 April 1934; [ca. 1935]||ID||2759|
A compilation of home movie footage shot by Percy Nightingale. The film contains images from the 1934 golden wedding celebrations of Moses and Ruth Nightingale in the garden of their Crawley home 'Hazeldene'. The remaining footage records Percy's daughter Margaret in the garden of their home 'Moruth' at various stages of her childhood.
[Summer in Bognor Regis: Couple in Garden]
A compilation that opens with a title: “1928: Let us introduce Aunty Ethel and Uncle George" showing an older couple sat on a bench in a domestic garden, the couple stand talking followed by a series individual portraits, and the couple admiring the flower beds.
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