This documentary looks at Denby Grange Colliery which is closing for two weeks while its workers go on a club trip to Scarborough. The documentary follows the workers while they are on their holidays including: one group who have a boozy day out at Scarborough, a competition involving a local allotment society display at the Wakefield Show, Harold Blessard hustles the local darts players for pints in a pub in Bridlington, and face worker Ted Pickles who spends his two week holiday with his family in Mablethorpe with a Punch and Judy show and performs as a clown in the James Brothers Circus.
A home movie produced by Charles William Carr begins with his family on the beach believed to be at Bridlington followed by views of events taking place as part of the Wickersley Show near Rotherham. A woman and child are filmed in London believed to be during the Festival of Britain when visiting the Tower of London. The final part of the film shows a family group together following a christening.
A home movie produced by Charles William Carr showing his family at the family home in Peterlee as well as with other relatives at Wickersley near Rotherham and Branston near Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. They are also seen playing together on a number of beaches including Bridlington, Scarborough and Weston Super Mare where a group of women play football.
This amateur drama follows the transformation from wimp to He-Man of a pampered, upper-class son, whose character-building vacation on the Tyneside coast is cut short by a violent assault. Locations include the grounds of Wentworth Castle and the Whitley Bay Spanish City fairground. This film is a Newcastle & District Amateur Cinematographers’ Association (ACA) production.