The film captures snapshots of the filmmaker’s holidays in 1938. For the most part, the film was made in Somerset, but it also features shots filmed in Cardiff.
This film focuses on the filmmaker’s holidays in 1933. The majority of the film was made in Morecambe, but it probably also has shots recorded in Blackpool.
ICI Billingham Film Unit cine magazine edition of three features: "Rough Stuff" follows the Billingham Synthonia Club Rugby Section as they put in practice before county trial matches and score a match win against Darlington RA at home. The "Blood Transfusion Scheme" takes a look at ICI Billingham workers' contribution to the National Blood Transfusion Service just after the war; and "Where's That Bus" is a playful item on the co-ordination of corporation buses to transport workers home after their shift at ICI Billingham.
This colour home movie by amateur Middlesbrough filmmaker Tom H. Brown records a ten day family skiing holiday in Wengen, in the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland at Christmas,1950. The Browns learn how to ski on the nursery slopes and film professional ice skating, ice hockey and ski jumps.
A Tyne Tees Television short news feature on Newcastle upon Tyne's Sunday Quayside market.
This amateur home movie footage features Baron Watson-Armstrong and Lady Armstrong at Cragside House, near Rothbury, Northumberland, as they entertain friends and survey their estate's grounds. The film also contains footage of the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne, which was built with funds bequeathed by William George Armstrong in 1901.
This film in the Hartlepool Council collection records a "Sports For All" sports day at Clairville Stadium in Middlesbrough, roller skating activities, and a holiday visit in 1978 of a group of students with learning disabilities from the Lynn Street Adult Training Centre.
An amateur film made by Alan Wharram which shows the preparation and parade of floats taking part in the Lord Mayor's Parade in Newcastle, in 1982. The film begins with views of parade members and floats preparing to leave and them travelling through the streets of Newcastle. The film ends with crowds dancing infront of the Civic Centre and the Lord Mayor of Newcastle handing out prizes to parade winners.
An amateur film believed made by Eddie Nelson of the Cleveland Cine Club of the Teesside Air Show taking place at Teesside Airport, now Durham Tees Valley Airport, on the 26th and 27th August 1983.
An amateur film made by members of the Guisborough Grammar School Scout Troop of a camping trip to Auchencairn in Scotland.
This film by Ronald Pringle is of holidays taken in Paris in the early Sixties. Filmed in a travelogue style at some of the most famous landmarks in Europe.