This is a film from the Noel Beardsell Collection of the family at home and on holiday during the Second World War.
This film features various events in and around Shipley in 1933. Of particular interest is the royal visit to Leeds, where the filmmaker captures the royal motorcade from an excellent vantage point.
This film documents a few trips which were taken by the White Rose of York Conclave. The White Rose of York Conclave is a Masonic group based in Sheffield. The film includes footage of some of the scenic places which they visited including Dovedale and Haworth.
This film is in three parts: the first shows the retirement presentation of Mr Fell, the second a day at Pontefract races, and the third of places in Wales and Cheddar Gorge.
This film documents walks taken by the Rothwell Ramblers in 1979. The film starts near Leeds, at a footpath marked Pool Bank, and goes to Sutton Bank, North Yorkshire. The film includes good footage of the group members as well as of the scenic surrounding countryside.
This amateur film is from the Wilkinson collection and contains footage taken by a Wakefield-based businessman. There are shots of various trips around the county including Cartwright Hall, Lister Park and Knaresborough.
This film is from the Wilkinson collection and contains footage of a couple of different motor car racing events. There is also footage of a classic car convoy driving along a road.
This film is a collection of trips and events around the region taken from 1964-1975. The film includes good snow sledging scenes, the Harewood Traction Rally, and a trip to the seaside.
One in a large collection of family films portraying the Cooper family of Leeds. This particular film comprises of images of family orientation during the year 1955. The Cooper family are filmed here picnicking on Blubberhouses, swimming at Harrogate Pool and Eastbourne, rowing on Fairhaven Lake and at their family home (Rondor) in Leeds.
Made by Betty and Cyril Ramsden, this reel is made up of two films, one of which captures a holiday Wales, and the other a day out fishing. Based in Leeds, the couple were semi-professional filmmakers filming both for pleasure and taking on commissions from companies such as the Yorkshire Evening Post.
This film is part of the Tony Jackson and contains footage of a camping trip made by members of the Morley Cycling Club to various places around Yorkshire. There is a running commentary throughout the entire film (except the film after the closing title) and the voiceover talks about the various locations seen within the film as well as the people.
This film is part of the Jackson collection and captures footage from the men and women's competitions at the British Cyclo-Cross Championship. This particular race features famous Yorkshire cyclist, Beryl Burton.
This film documents the excursions of the Morley Cycle Club in 1964. It includes footage of different club members during the ride and in their down time as well as different Yorkshire landmarks including Bolton Abbey.
As part of the Jackson collection, this amateur film contains footage of the race in which members of the Morley cycling club compete. There is a continuous narration throughout the film giving details of the competitors, the locations and how well the riders are doing.
This film documents the activities of the Market District Boys club of Leeds during 1962-3. This was an inner city club which originally provided nothing much more than football; however, during this period, the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme was introduced to the organization by Brian Price. This film records some of the events involved with this awards scheme.
Part of the Freeman collection, this film contains footage taken from a trip to Bolton Abbey in 1960 and a Sports Day at Harrogate Training College in June, 1948.
This film shows a variety of activities that the family enjoys during 1954 and 1955. The family goes on fishing trips to the weir at Easter 1955, tennis matches, visit the Bramham Moor Point to Point races in 1955 and trials at Harewood House in 1954.
This film features a family during their leisure time during which they take many trips. The family visit many beaches, take walks around the countryside and rivers, swim at the outdoor pool, and attend a horse race at Harewood house.
This film contains footage of Hunslet Boys Club on a trip to Whit Camp in Great Yarmouth in 1973. The club was established in 1940 by Dr. J. Wyllie as a way of offering young people the chance to improve their skills in areas such as sports, crafts, karate, and IT. This footage includes shots of Wellington and Britannia Pier in Great Yarmouth.
This film contains footage of Hunslet Boys Club on a rugby league trip to France in 1973. There are shots of the team training, greeting the other team, receiving their trophy and arriving home on the bus. The club was established in 1940 by Dr. J. Wyllie as a way of offering young people the chance to improve their skills in areas such as sports, crafts, karate, and IT.
This film contains footage of Hunslet Boys Club on a rugby league trip to France in 1981. There are shots of the team travelling through different parts of France; a shot of the Eiffel Tower, the rugby matches, visiting an out of season ski resort, and stopping at an wine making area called Beaumes de Venise. The club was established in 1940 by Dr. J. Wyllie as a way of offering young people the chance to improve their skills in areas such as sports, crafts, karate, and IT.
This film contains footage of Hunslet Boys Club on a summer holiday to Cornwall and Devon in 1970. The footage shows their camp sites, and the young men carrying out their chores, their rafting competition on the beach, and some shots of the Newton Abbott Races in Devon. The second part of the holiday footage is from Park Newquay in Cornwall and includes the Perranporth Flying Club and some funny titles by the young men. The club was established in 1940 by Dr. J. Wyllie as a way of offering young people the chance to improve their skills in areas such as sports, crafts, karate, and IT.
This film mostly contains footage of the managers of the Hunslet Boys Club rugby team on a summer holiday in Malta around 1978. The footage shows the old harbour and buildings in Valetta, the capital, the coast, the cliff caves that they visit by boat, and finally the match on a flooded pitch. The club was established in 1940 by Dr. J. Wyllie as a way of offering young people the chance to improve their skills in areas such as sports, crafts, karate, and IT.
This film shows footage of the Junior Boxing Championships at Leeds Town Hall which features boxer Joe Bugner. The young boxers that win their matches are brought on a training week to Norway to improve their skills, and this film shows their training regime and the places that they visit with Joe Bugner. The film was sponsored by Ford Film Productions.
Made by Mercury Movie Makers, this film documents a sports day and fete which take place in Arncliffe village in order to raise funds to put towards the rebuilding of the village hall. Arncliffe is a small village in North Yorkshire whose houses, cottages, and other buildings face in towards a large green, and outwards to green hillsides etched with limestone scars. The village was the original setting for the fictional village of Beckindale in the ITV soap opera Emmerdale Farm, from its inception in 1972 until the relocation to Esholt.