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[Pestalozzi Children’s Village; Building work; farming; metal work]
A silent film featuring the construction of a new building at the Pestalozzi Village, Sedlescombe. The children of the village are involved in the building work, mixing concrete, bricklaying and digging trenches. As the building work progresses, they are seen doing a variety of activities such as metalwork, farming, gardening and fencing.
Godalming Jubilee Celebrations
Jubilee celebrations at Farncombe, Windsor and Godalming feature in this amateur film, accompanied by an intermittent soundtrack. At Farncombe, the parade moves along a residential street; at Windsor Great Park, large crowds are gathered to watch the parade; and at Godalming the town centre is decorated with bunting as the parade is seen marching through the streets.
An amateur film of the 1981 Horsham Festival. The film opens with the title: "Horsham Festival '81". Shots of the parade and the crowd gathered on Queen Street to watch. Bagpipers lead the parade and are followed by a variety of decorated floats and vintage vehicles. Uniformed organisations, such as the Boys and Girls Brigade also take part in the parade.
Full Participation of Equality [Free Dive: A Film to Celebrate the International Year of Disabled Persons]
This colour film with dubbed English translation over a French production was created to showcase a UNESCO exhibition for the International Year of Disabled Persons in 1981. The film showcases the work of a disabled group of adults creating a film to commemorate the event, using the photographs from the exhibition and their own personal stories. This film has opening and closing titles with credits, with a dubbed English translation.
Regnum District Girl Guides: USA Visit 1982
|Date||3 August 1982 - 25 August 1982||ID||3049|
An amateur film-maker captures the highlights of a trip to the east coast of the United States by twenty Girl Guides from Chichester. The group is hosted by the Montauk Girl Scouts, who themselves had visited England two years earlier.
[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.
The Pestalozzi Story
|Date||9 April 1984||ID||8230|
An promotional film commissioned by the Pestalozzi Children’s Village Trust. The film compares life in developing countries with the opportunities Pestalozzi children receive at Sedlescombe, Sussex.
A Village Network
A broadcast by BBC Radio from 1985. Journalist Margaret Horsfield visits the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe, East Sussex.
[Children Like These: The Story of the Pestalozzi International Childrens Village Sedlescombe]
|Date||24 June 1986||ID||8231|
An promotional film commissioned by the Pestalozzi Children’s Village Trust. The film compares life in developing countries with the opportunities Pestalozzi children receive at Sedlescombe, Sussex. Ex-Pestalozzi students in Thailand are interviewed about how they are using their skills and expertise to help others in their own country.
Canterbury Cathedral Choir - North American Tour 1987
This film follows the Canterbury Cathedral Choir as they tour North America, with accompanying commentary and music.
A Current Affair
An excerpt from an Australian current affairs programme, 'A Current Affair' originally broadcast in the late 1980s. As part of a London feature, the film highlights the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe and includes interviews with the children and staff about the work of Pestalozzi.
|Date||25 September 1988||ID||8234|
A broadcast recording with Harry Secombe presenting an edition of ITV's 'Highway' from the Pestalozzi village in Sedlescombe. He speaks to members of staff and children about life at Pestalozzi, introduces guest musicians and performs two songs in the grounds of the village.
[Splash: Pestalozzi Rushes]
|Date||15 April 1988||ID||8233|
Unedited film footage recorded during the making of a film by Thames Television about the Pestalozzi International Children's Village at Sedlescombe, Sussex. The children are filmed as they recreate scenes from their normal routines at the village. The film director can be heard in the background giving instructions.
[Pestalozzi News Item: Anniversary [?]]
A BBC South East news item about the 30th birthday of the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe, Sussex. Reporter Robin Gibson interviews staff and children from Pestalozzi about life at the village.
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