Film ID: YFA 4942 DR ALLAN GLENN FAMILY SIX 1940 Visitor TabsDescription This is one of a collection of films made by Queensbury doctor Dr Allan Glenn of his family at home (Innisfree) in Queensbury and Little Horton, and on holiday in the 1940s. This film includes a family wedding and a trip to Northern Ireland. The film begins with a calendar showing Thursday, 11th April, 1940. Two women stand in a doorway, followed by the bride (Pam) and her father. Then the two bridesmaids pose for the camera. The bride gets into a car and then arrives at St Peter’s Church. Two naval officers stand in the church doorway, and then the newlyweds emerge, the groom also wearing a navy uniform. Family and guests follow them, on a blustery day, and they gather around as photographs are taken. The bride poses with six of the naval officers. Intertitle – Giant’s Causeway A woman, a boy and a man walk along the coast and over the Causeway. Intertitle – City Hall Belfast The City Hall is shown, as well as some busy streets. Intertitle – Bangor A street looking down onto the sea is shown, and then some boys clambering over rocks at the coast. Intertitle – July 12th Orange Day The Parade is shown walking through the streets of a town, with banners and bands, and with crowds lining the route. Intertitle – Helen’s Bay There is a very brief view down onto the bay. Intertitle – Old Crocks Race Vintage cars race along a road in the rain, lined with contemporary cars. This is followed by another event on a different date at a different place, with people on horseback wearing cowboy outfits and a horse and cart carrying a band advertising a circus. They are escorted by lots of local children. Intertitle – Fountains Abbey The Abbey and surroundings are shown, and they walk around the ruins. Intertitle – Cockington, Torquay Visitors walk around the quaint village. Intertitle – Paignton and Stoke Gabriel A rough sea is shown battering the coast, followed by views over countryside and a woman walking through a church graveyard, having a clock tower, situated next to a river. Intertitle – Dartmoor to Dartmeet A couple walk along a river near an old stone bridge. Three men and a woman clamber among the rocks in the fast flowing river. We then see ponies out on the moors. Intertitle – Bath They do a tour of the sites in Bath, showing the Bridge, the Abbey and the Roman Baths, from the inside as well as the outside. Intertitle – Stratford-upon-Avon We see down Henley Street, opposite Shakespeare’s House. Intertitle – Kenilworth They take a look around Kenilworth Castle. Intertitle – Litchfield They take a look around Litchfield Cathedral, showing in close-up the main doorway. Intertitle – Windsor. Nell Gwynne’s House. The House is shown. Intertitle – And the Cooked House This too is shown. Intertitle – Back to London A crowd has gathered to watch the changing of the guard, and a woman then feeds pigeons in Trafalgar Square, watched by an off-duty soldier. The film finishes showing Buckingham Palace.