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This part fiction, part non-fiction, film with commentary and voice-overs explores Sheephatch Camp School near Farnham. It provides a record of the teenage schoolchildren taking advantage of the educational and boarding facilities on offer at the rural institution.
Brighton International Children’s Camp
This film contains images of The International Children's Camp held at Brighton in 1946. The Camp was organized by the British Woodcraft Folk, a member of the Co-operative Youth Movement. The event attracted over 1000 children from the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Holland, Denmark and Czechoslovakia, and other European countries.
[County Scout Camp; Falcons Campsite]
|Date||[3 - 10 August 1946]||ID||9911|
A film of Scouting activities on several camps including Southwood and Fox camps, with a series of shots of activities including setting up camp, chopping firewood, games and sporting activities.
[Broadstone Scouting Camp; Wood Construction Work; Ceremonial Opening of Bridge]
This colour and black and white film shows views of a group of Boy Scouts taking part in agility challenges; building bridges and makeshift shelters, and attending a field church service at Broadstone Scout Camp (Broadstone Warren?).
[Goudhurst Park Farm Camp]
An amateur film of a boys camp at Fegans Children's Home at Goudhurst.
[St John's Ambulance Brigade]
|Date||[ca. late 1940s]||ID||760|
A young girl is inspired to volunteer for the St John's Ambulance service when her father is injured falling from a tree. Adult St John Ambulance workers are also briefly filmed providing first aid to the victim of a motorbike accident, and to an injured miner. The sequences are all staged for the camera.
[Milestone [?]; Children’s Village Trogen]
A silent film documenting the founding of the Pestalozzi Children's Village at Trogen, Switzerland. The village is seen being constructed, children help to make furniture and a ceremony is held to mark its official opening. Children from abroad arrive at the village and take up residence in one of the houses, they are seen enjoying games and learning in the classroom. The film is intersected by titles, providing a narrative to the events.
[Sussex County Camp; Acrobatic Display; Scouting Parade]
|Date||24 - 26 May 1947||ID||9915|
This black and white film shows the Stanmer Park Sussex County Rally, with events speeches and demonstrations. A smaller Cub Scout gathering shows the boys under a flagpole reciting the Scout oath, followed by shots of the group taking part in several sporting activities and games outside a parish church. The film ends with scenes of a couple in a domestic garden.
[County Rally; Camps; Inspections]
|Date||24 - 26 May 1947||ID||9917|
This colour film opens with a Sussex County Scouting Rally at Whitsun with Lord Rowallan inspecting the sites with County Commissioner Colonel Hickie, and Field Commander for Sussex 'Uncle Bill' Genese. Views of the event include several parades, presentations, displays and performing arts demonstrations on the field in front of Stanmer House.
[Scout and Guide Parade at Cuckfield; Guide Parade Inspection at Haywards Heath]
Guides and Scouts parade in the street and into in the grounds of the Holy Trinity Church, Cuckfield with church lych gate in the background, followed by a parade of Guides in Haywards Heath (St Wilfrid's Church) and by a Guide leaders inspection of various companies, with William John Genese (?).
[Football Match on Handcross Rec.; Borde Hill Camp; Handcross Church Parade]
The film shows a group of Scouts and Cubs from the 1st Haywards Heath troop playing a football match in Handcross. At a Scout camp in the grounds of Borde Hill, the group relax and play sports. The group later parade through Handcross Village to All Saint's Church, with other local Scout and Guide packs.
A film by Joseph Emberton of his teenage daughter Gillian performing in a girl's school play. The play is staged outdoors at Langford Grove school (?), Barcombe Mills, Sussex. The film includes scenes of the mothers and daughters chatting and drinking tea on the lawns wearing long floral tea dresses and hats followed by scenes from the play, featuring Gillian's performances.
A short amateur film, shot in colour by the Sadler family's Australian cousin, Tony Gaze, in Melbourne, Australia. The film features a group of youngsters in military uniforms, and various short family scenes and portraits.
[Holiday in Jersey]
Film of the Emberton family on holiday in Jersey filmed by the father, Joseph Emberton. The film shows the St. Brelade’s Bay Hotel where they stayed, with panoramas of the bay and surrounding landscape. The film features his wife Kathleen and teenage daughters Jocelyn and Gillian on the beach, body boarding and on outings.
The School Farm
This amateur documentary records the agricultural activities of Rye Secondary Modern School's Young Farmers' Club during the course of a year.
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