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|Date||1 - 12 August 1957||ID||9955|
An amateur film documenting a trio of Scouting events at Sutton Park in Birmingham - The World Scout Jubilee Jamboree, A World Rover Moot and A World Scouters Indaba. The events share the same site, split into three sections and opened by HRH Henry Duke of Gloucester and visited by HM The Queen, Elizabeth II and HRH Prince Philip.
[HH Cub Camp; Opening of Guides at Burgess Hill]
|Date||1957; October 1957||ID||9958|
This edited film shows the Haywards Heath Rover Scouts at various camping activities. This includes: making ready for a camp; playing a game of rounders; at a camp near Penshurst [?]; and Lady Burnham opening the new Brownie and Guide Hut in Burgess Hill in October 1957.
BBC Home Service: Return to Pestalozzi
|Date||15 October 1959||ID||8101|
A radio programme, broadcast as part of the BBC's Home Service during 1959. The correspondent, Edward Ward returns to the International Pestalozzi Children's Village at Trogen in Switzerland to examine how it has developed since his last visit. The correspondent also talks to Dr Alexander about the development of the new British Pestalozzi Children's Village.
BBC Panorama Programme
|Date||[ca. early 1960s?]||ID||8681|
A Christmas episode of BBC Panorama which includes a feature on the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe in East Sussex. The presenter, Richard Dimbleby, visits the village where he meets Pestalozzi staff and students who are preparing for their Christmas production.
[Lusaka Scenes 1961 to 1965: Part One]
|Date||1961 - 1965; June 1962 - September 1964||ID||7736|
This edited and titled film shows a series of family scenes in Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia between 1961-1965. Scenes include a sports day at Woodlands School; a commonwealth youth parade; a family picnic; the family's model railway in their garden; watching a Go-Kart race; a Show Jumping event and Clive and Clifford on a trip to the NSEFU Game reserve, touring the park with a Game Ranger. This is part 1 of 2.
[Haywards Heath Church Service Parade]
This film shows a company of Guides and Brownies sat in a circle on Muster Green, listening to a Guide leader, followed by a group singing session. Various parades on Lindfield High Street include the 5th Crawley St Peter's Company and other Guides groups, plus Scouts from Haywards Heath, and Horsted Keynes. A marching band leads a Guide group down a street [Burgess Hill?], followed by various parades and inspections.
[Haywards Heath Guides and Scouts' Church Parade]
This film shows a large gathering of Mid Sussex Division of Guides and Scouts on Muster Green, accompanied by a marching band. A parade of Guides and Scouts are led by a marching band through the town. The group stop outside St Wilfrid's Church before entering the Churchyard. The film ends with several ministers and clergy greeting the senior Guiding leaders.
Youth Newsreel (No. 2) Reports.... Sport & Adventure ‘62
|Date||24 June 1962||ID||1596|
The Youth Service of Surrey County Council's Education Department organizes an exhibition of outdoor activities for youth at the De Burgh County Secondary School in Tadworth. The day's events are filmed by the Merton & Morden Youth Cine Club.
[Tangmere Aircraft films]
This amateur film shot by Flight Lieutenant Bernard Hammond features three Royal Air Force related events. The first is the last air show to be held at RAF Tangmere; the second is with the Air Training Corps gliding at Tangmere and the third is an Area Youth Parade at Chichester. The different events are denoted in the film by the use of handwritten intertitles.
[Surrey County Youth Pentacross]
The Merton & Morden Youth Cine Club record teenage boys competing in a range of sporting activities during the 1963 Surrey County Youth Pentacross. The event, organized by the Youth Service of Surrey County Council's Education Department, was for Surrey youth organizations.
[Chichester Air Training Corps; gliding and flights; Girl Guides]
This amateur film captures the Chichester Air Training Corps and aviation related scenes in West Sussex. Cadets gather in Chichester for the Sussex Wing Parade and are seen on camp at Duncton. The film includes shots of aeroplanes at Shoreham Airport and Goodwood as well as Girl Guides swimming in the closing section of the film.
[Carnival; Last Train to Brighton; West Street]
|Date||1963; October 1964; February 1965||ID||6083|
Pictures taken by Cecil Cramp of a Horsham Carnival procession in 1963, during which participants display a mixture of humour, contemporary notions of race and nationality, celebration, fancy dress and social conscience. Also documented are street scenes, fire services tackling a fire on West Street in Brighton in 1963, and the last journey taken by steam train from Horsham to Brighton in 1964.
[Bernie as a Cub; Tracey in Garden]
A short Burns family home movie from the 1960s featuring the celebration of a child's christening. The film also includes scenes of other Burns children taking part in a Bognor area Scouting parade and playing with a toy cart in the garden at their home.
4th Hove St. Philips Girl Guide Camps
|Date||1964; 1965; 1967||ID||4133|
An amateur silent film which features the 4th Hove St. Philips Girl Guides on camp in the 1960s. The girls and their leaders are seen involved in various tasks on camp at Kirdford, Handcross and Cuckfield. The film also includes footage of the group outside St. Philips Church, Hove waiting to be picked up to be taken to camp in a removal van.
[Colour on the move: Flower Show; Farming; Scouting]
Film of various scenes including a village fete, archaeological excavations, farming scenes and Scouts.
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