This is a film from the Noel Beardsell Collection about his son, Peter, following him as he visits various places and events with his family. These include trips Blackpool, Cawthorne Park, an airfield, motor sports, and seaside in Yorkshire.
This is a film from the Noel Beardsell Collection about family outings by car.
This is a film from the Noel Beardsell Collection about his family, including a whimsical film from the point of view of their pet dog. Lastly there is a film from three years later of a motor cycle race at Wooley Edge.
This is a film from the Noel Beardsell Collection of the family at home and on holiday.
This is a film of Horse Gathering featuring people with horse and carriages riding back and forth past the camera as well as people inspecting carriages in grass enclosure. It also includes footage of boat rides out to sea.
This film features a family trip to Whitby Beach.
This film is a compilation of family scenes from the Arnett family including waterskiing, time at the beach, and playing in the back garden.
This film contains footage of a bi-plane exhibition and a family outing to the beach.
This film captures the events on a steam ship trip taken by a group of people. The shots include the activities on board the ship and the places that they visit in Norway as well as some footage from a family trip to the seaside.
This film is a compilation of family footage and local scenes taken in Scarborough and Knaresborough.
In this film there is footage taken on a trip to Ambleside in the Lake District. There are shots of family gatherings and the residents of a village.
A film by Charles Chislett, this film documents a family holiday touring Scotland by car in Scotland. The trip beings and ends at the family home in Rotherham, and scenic footage of Scotland is included from their journey, key sites identified by intertitles.
This is a film made by Charles Chislett documenting a trip by barge and by boat along the Sheffield and Tinsley Canal. The trip continues on along the River Don, through Stainforth and the Keadby Canal, and eventually ends at Thorne. The film includes footage from the boat along this scenic journey.
This film captures the Allan family during their leisure time throughout the year including a Children's Day celebration on 29th June, 1929.
Made by John Cave, this film features a variety of famous sites and recreational activities Scarborough has to offer.
UK tuna fishing began in 1929, and much of the early fishing occurred off the coast of Scarborough, Whitby, and Flamborough. It attracted many sport and commercial fishermen catching record numbers of fish. This film documents a sport fishing expedition and the catch of the day.
This is a two part film depicting the Glasgow School boy's trip to Canada. The footage is very similar to the Bradford Boys trip the year before. Arranged by a Mr Rhodes, the film captures the group taking in Toronto, Niagara Falls and entertaining themselves with physical activities on the voyage home to England.
A film from the Ibberson family collection documenting the export trade and sale of Sheffield steel goods, from their family business.
This is a compilation of films made by David Harrison, a Hull fish merchant, featuring St Andrew’s Fish Docks, his family, and some local Hull scenes. The film gives a unique look at the fishing industry in Hull during this time period and the sense of camaraderie among the workers.
This film documents a trip to Whitby.
This film is a record of the Whitby Regatta.
This film contains footage of many different types of boats which can be found along the river ways and in the harbours of England.
'Random Recordings' is the first title of this film made by Eric Hall, a keen amateur cinematographer from West Yorkshire. This film consists of a variety of brief scenes and images which he took beginning in 1929 and mostly includes footage of his family and friends during their leisure and travel time. Also included in this film is footage from the York Mystery Plays which were performed at the Museum Gardens in 1951.
This film shows men working on St. Andrew's Fish Dock in Hull and the methods of their work. It provides an interesting look at this side of the fishing industry in 1962.
Made by a Wakefield-based businessman, this film documents his family caravanning holiday to Ulrome Sands. The film features the family during their leisure time, playing on the beach, and scenes around the caravan park.