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[Bob & Diane; Weddings; Snow]
|Date||[1964 - 1965]||ID||2791|
Film of a hedgehog in the garden and family members chatting and posing for the camera in a driveway. Scenes of a wedding and a child building a snowman. Images of a stained glass window are followed by scenes of guests at another wedding at St. Andrew's Church, and West Tarring with views through the stained glass windows.
Let’s Look At Aylesford
A portrait of Aylesford in Kent, including scenes taken in both winter and spring. The film shows local landmarks including the ancient monuments of Little Kits Coty and Kits Coty House (nr Maidstone), St. Peter's Church and graveyard, The Friars (a medieval priory) and Aylesford Village. In addition there are views of the surrounding landscape, scenes of rural life, and a football match.
[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.
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.
One Thing After Another; Andrew’s Wedding
|Date||1965 - 1966 [?]||ID||5822|
This film is a compilation of several short sequences including: a wedding; a reunion of friends in Ruislip; snowy scenes of Maidstone (including the Medway Brewery); a group at Wickham Lodge in Aylesford; the family dog 'Pepe' playing in the garden; a visit to Hastings and Tunbridge Wells with a friend from Prague; and a Christmas party with gift giving, dancing, eating and cutting a cake.
Butlin’s Christmas Entertainment
A short amateur film capturing scenes from Butlin's at Bognor Regis during the winter. A range of activities are featured, including fairground rides, roller skating, swimming and table tennis. The film appears to feature a family with two teenage boys who are seen in a number of the scenes.
An album or journal style film featuring the Greenyer family at different times of the year.
[Seaside; 'The Brooks'; snowstorm; scouting circus; air show; seafront; park]
|Date||14 April 1966; 4 June 1966; September 1966; 26 March 1967; 16 April 1967||ID||2712|
This home movie features various family activities between 1966 and 1967. The film opens with scenes of the children and their mother on the seafront at Littlehampton; the children are also seen taking part in a Scouts and Cubs circus performance. Family visits to Arundel Park and Farnborough Air Show also feature.
[Warren School; Spring Time]
DufayColor film of Boarders at The Warren School in Worthing filmed walking on the Downs and having tea in the garden by Miss Margaret Hazelden, head matron between 1960 and 1966, who also includes scenes of her garden in the snow.
|Date||[1971 - 1977 ?]||ID||5832|
A film of the Maidstone in Kent, shown in all seasons; mixing snowy scenes together with views of Spring gardens at Brenchley with flowers in full bloom, and the building of a new greenhouse in the family garden. Additional scenes show New Hythe railway station with trains passing through and a bus outside indicating the route from Gillingham to Chatham.
A record of a typical family Christmas made by an amateur cine enthusiast. The film has an accompanying music soundtrack.
This film shows post-wedding ceremony events outside St Paul's Church, Camberely, with the bride and groom gathered for wedding photographs. The bridesmaids wear blue hooded full length dresses. The next part shows snowy scenes of the family playing in the snow and clearing the front garden.
[Ice Cream Van; Snowy Scenes]
A short compilation showing a close up of a child’s face with her missing two front teeth, followed by two children buying Ice lollies from an ice cream van (Mister Softie) in a car park - [a Fab and a single flavour lolly]. The second section shows a child pulling a sledge/toboggan up a snowy hill on the South Downs [similar scenes on 7827]
[Tobogganing; Rural Scenes; Welly-Wanging]
A short amateur film featuring children of the Durant family tobogganing in the snow on the South Downs. The film also includes a brief shot of Isfield Post Office and a Welly-Wanging contest on a recreation ground (more on 7308), watched by spectators (Isfield?)
Friends and Neighbours of Jobes in Balcombe
This film shows a portrait of some of the film-maker's neighbours on his street in Balcombe during sunny and snowy weather.
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