Film ID: YFA 5947 RICHMOND JEWEL OF THE NORTH c.1966 Visitor TabsDescription This is one of many films made by amateur filmmaker John (Jack) E Dyson of Leeds. This one is of the family outing to Richmond, North Yorkshire. The film begins in a busy street in Richmond, with the Kings Head Hotel. Then there is a sign for the Richmond Hotel. Title – Market Place The large obelisk and Holy Trinity Church can be seen as a number 36 bus passes. There are many shoppers walking around the stalls in the Market Place. Title – New stores in old settings Some old houses are shown, and a boy sits on a bench. Title – The River Swale The west bridge over the River Swale in Richmond can be seen. Title – Richmond Castle – within the walls They film some of the inside of the Castle. Title – The Invaders!! The family is in a caravan park, and in a pond a man pulls a small boy along in a rubber dingy. The three boys and their mother are in their swimming wear, and a couple of adults are throwing stones into a river. Title – The Alms house and signs of bygone days The Alms house is shown, as is an old shop with a large sign “Toffees” above the door. A horse and cart pass by.