Film ID: NEFA 18647 TAYLOR FAMILY FILM: NORTON POND: MARSDEN BEACH c.1940 Visitor TabsDescription Home movie compilation of different Taylor family visits and holidays. Footage includes many shots of the Taylor's young daughter Sue. The film opens on a young girl running around a garden. There is a view of a large house, possibly Cliff House at Marske-by-the-Sea. A wooden sign read “Imperial Chemicals Industries”. A young girl pushes a pram around a garden. The same girl is then filmed beside a large pond, possibly at Norton near Stockton. General view of a military band marching through a village. Children are playing and participating in sporting events. A brass band performs. The sequence changes to show a view of Ripon Cathedral. Cars are parked in a market place. General view of children are playing on swings and slides. A family is seen on a beach. Young girls walk down a country road. A man performs a parachute jump. Various airplanes perform in a display at an air show. Some of the planes are biplanes, with possible Spitfires or Hurricanes in the fly past. A group of young girls dance and play together in a garden. A family is on Marsden beach, with views of Marsden Rock and Marsden Grotto. A young girl dances on the beach, three elderly people on deck chairs behind her.