Made by Eric Smith, this film diary follows his family, especially his children, over the course of 6 months in 1966. The film features the family at home, on holiday, and on days out.
Made by Eric Smith, this film diary follows his family, especially his children through 1963. The film features the family at home, on holiday, and on days out.
This is a film made by Brian Doughty of his family. The film includes footage of a Sunday School parade, a VW Beetle show, Rotherham Tattoo, and a wedding.
This is a film made by Brian Doughty of his family,
This film is a compilation of events which involve members of the Beighton Centre Youth Club. Included are trips to seaside, paddling in the sea & streams, Huddersfield FC, and other youth club activities.
This is a film of a Sheffield family and includes film of a Sheffield Wednesday match as well as a train trip to Whitby.
This is a film showing various aspects of family life in the summer and winter, including playing in the garden, visiting relatives, at the beach, in the snow, a wedding and out in the country. The film is made up of both colour and black and white footage and is identified as such in the following description.
This is a film of a family on holiday in Norfolk and Blackpool.
This is a holiday film taken at Butlins' Holiday Camp in Skegness. It includes footage of holidaymakers playing games and dancing.
This film shows a wedding and holiday in Wales, a day out in Whitby and the Sheffield University Students' Rag Parade.
This is a film from the Taylor family collection. It shows scenes from the family at home and out in the countryside, as well as holidaying at the seaside. There is also a school sports day and a Home Guard drill and photo.
Part of the Wilkinson collection, this film features the Wilkinson family visiting a Steam Rally at Wilsic Hall near Doncaster as well as the Flamborough Life-Boat Day and Bridlington. Mrs Wilkinson provides a commentary.
Part of the Wilkinson collection, this film features the Wilkinson family on holiday in the Isle of Wight. Mrs Wilkinson provides a commentary.
This is a film of a family from Wombwell near Barnsley, at home and having a day at the beach.
On 16th December, 1914, the Imperial German Navy carried out an attack on the British ports of Scarborough, Hartlepool, and Whitby. The attack resulted in 592 casualties many of them civilians of which 137 were fatal. The film includes footage of Scarborough following the aftermath of the bombing as well as the funeral of Coast Guard Frederick Randel in Whitby, 1914.
This film is part of the Beck Collection and features Sheffield during the Second World War. The film also includes brief footage of Churchill’s visit to Sheffield.
This is a film made by Mexborough Technical College teacher George Spurr. It features his family over several years, at Christmas, at home, and on holiday. It particularly focuses on George’s parents house on Bolton Street, where he lived, and his nephew and two nieces who visited every Saturday. The children play in the back yard and out in the streets.
This is a film made by Mexborough Technical College head teacher George Spurr. The film features his family at home and on holiday in Cleethorpes and Scarborough.
This is a film made by Mexborough Technical College teacher George Spurr. The film features his family having a day out at the seaside in Mablethorpe.
This is a film made by Mexborough Technical College teacher George Spurr of school trip to Derbyshire.
This is a film from the Douthwaite Collection featuring a family holiday in Lancashire. There is also footage of the family at home in the garden with their small children.
This is a film from the Douthwaite Collection showing their son, Kenneth, during his first five years. The film includes celebrations for his christening as well as a holiday to Scarborough.
This is a film from a collection of home movies made by Jack Johnson of Pontefract. It shows the family visiting various places in East Yorkshire and includes a miners’ parade held in Pontefract. The film is accompanied by a partial commentary.
A family holiday exploring sites and attractions along the Cornish coast.
Amateur footage of family activities at Butlins holiday camp in Bognor Regis during the 1960s, which includes heats of the ‘Miss She’ competition, a fashion contest in ‘day wear’ sponsored by Nat Mags (short for National Magazine Company who published ‘She’); a Father and Son competition; a couple’s wheelbarrow race; a backwards three-legged race; a women’s tug o’ war; swimming competitions (breast stroke) and Daily Mirror bucket coracle pool contest.