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[Marg’s Wedding; Garden Scenes]
This film shows two scenes, the first is a late 1950s wedding, with the wedding party arriving and standing on the steps outside a church. The second part shows a family gathering in a domestic garden. The children play with their toys, ride bicycles and paddle in a inflatable pool watched by an adult.
[Boats in Essex]
A panorama of boats in a harbour, followed by footage of the family standing outside a row of timber clad houses posing for portraits. The film returns to coastal scenes across farm land showing a large wetland or estuary [?] with swans and small boats. Further scenes show a farmstead mill, several houses, Alexis jumping in puddles and several family portraits.
[Men’s Darts Outing]
Various scenes show a group of men on an Pub Darts group outing being waved off by several women standing next to the Southdown bus on a street. One of the older men is dressed in Home Guard uniform (fancy dress?). Scenes also show a group horse riding, and several men playing a game in a field (?) behaving mischievously. [not included in online clip] The film cuts to another group of men (out of focus) outside The Red Lion Pub and the group having a meal in a field (scratched).
[Holiday in Somerset [?]]
This short film opens with two young children (a boy and a girl) playing on a lawn in a garden, followed by high angle views of a Horse race course (?), before returning to the two children playing in a garden.
[The Turks Head Pub; Outings]
This film shows a series of outings by the Burns family, that includes: a visit to The Turks Head Pub; playing a game of cricket with a large group of children and adults in a field; the children getting ice lollies from an "Eldorado" van and flying box kites in a field.
This film shows a compilation of rural views and wildlife, with ducks and geese and views of a church tower overlooking a large garden(?). The film closes with a series of [shaky] panoramic shots of the rural countryside. [Shots are very shaky and scratched throughout].
[Whitsun at Essex; Alexis on Scooter]
This film shows a series of images of a lake, with the film-maker's daughters feeding swans. The girls are then seen at a farmyard, with pigs. Brief shots of steam boats and a woman holding a vase of flowers follow, before the cutting to scenes of several women and a man leaving a house in formal attire. The film ends with footage of Woodward's youngest daughter playing on a scooter in their driveway.
[Whitsun at Essex]
Footage of the film-maker's daughters taking horse riding lessons is followed by shots of a large country house. Further scenes show the eldest daughter riding, as the youngest girl plays on a mound of sand. The girls then play with two kittens, before cutting to exterior shots of Framlingham Castle in Suffolk.
A compilation showing a family holiday to a Butlin's Holiday camp (?), that includes views of a family group standing outside a chalet, a family trip to the coast to watch boats on a rough sea and walking along the cliff side. Several family members pick heather from the side of the track road.
[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.
This film shows scenes from a wedding gathering, in an urban street. Friends and family wait for the bride and groom to arrive in their cars, and guests greet them outside the churchyard. The bridesmaids pose for photographs in their pink gowns, followed by the bride in a traditional white dress, entering the churchyard with an older man (possibly her father ?).
Home movie footage of a 1960s wedding.
[St Lawrence College: West Sussex Cricket Match; West Sussex Cadets]
This edited film shows a men's Cricket match with views of a 1930s style Modernist Clubhouse Pavilion, and a group of Army Cadets parading around a field in front of several buildings at St Lawrence College, Ramsgate.
[Two Weddings 1964]
A compilation of rainy and windy wedding scenes which bookend footage of family and friends in Kent, taken by Joan Irons in 1964. This film has a red/magenta cast throughout.
This very short colour film shows a single scene of two young girls playing in a water fountain, dressed in 1950s style matching bathing costumes in blue and yellow.
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