An amateur film by Eddie Nelson of the Cleveland Cine Club showing various leisure activities taking place in and around the Teesside area.
An amateur film made by members of the Cleveland Cine Club recording a ceremony for the laying of a foundation stone for the new St Mary's Cathedral in Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough on Sunday 3rd November 1985. The foundation stone was blessed by Bishop Augustine Harris, Bishop of Middlesbrough.
A short comedy by Betty Cook and members of Cleveland Cine Club about a man (Leonard Winter) walking into a park to draw a picture of a scene on a pad of paper that, as it develops, turns into something 'unexpected'.
A home movie produced by Eddie Nelson from the Cleveland Cine Club between 1981 and 1983 showing a young family and the growth of their son from a new-born baby to toddler.
An amateur film made by John Parsons of the Hartlepool Cycling Club recording a number of cycling events taking place around the region. The first race featured is a 10-mile time trial club event taking place on the evening of 25th May 1971 from Sappers Corner on the A689 to Wynyard in County Durham and a return to start. This is followed by the third stage of the 1971 Milk Race taking place on the 2nd June showing the start of the race at Durham and riders crossing Westerdale Moor in North Yorkshire. The final event featured is the seniors and juniors Crescent Criteriums circuit race around the Newton Aycliffe Trading Estate in County Durham on the 17th March 1972.
An amateur film made by John Parsons, with the assistance of his future wife Anne Watson, recording two cycling events for the Hartlepool Cycling Club. The first event featured is the Junior Hartlepool Trading Estate Road Race taking place on the 9th April 1972. This is followed by the Cleveland Wheelers 2 Up Time Trials taking place around Nunthorpe near Middlesbrough on the 23rd April 1972.
An amateur film made by Peter Dobing of the Darlington Video Film Makers showing the final lifting of the Tees Newport Bridge in Middlesbrough on the 18th December 1990.
An home movie recording of Gibbon family outings in the North East of England, with visits to the beach, the countryside and famous places such as Fountains Abbey in North Yorkshire and Barnard Castle in County Durham. Also there is a celebration or pageant with a parade of fancy dress, floats and jazz bands.
A compilation of nine short reels of film made by Maurice Brunton and Geoff Spark from the Teesside Film Club of the Middlesbrough Scouts Gang Show for 1953. The show was performed by local scout groups at Middlesbrough’s Empire Theatre between February 9th to 14th of that year. The films shows the Scouts in choirs, singing songs in small groups and doing extravagant costume presentations and sketches.
An amateur film by Maurice Brunton of the Corpus Christi procession through the grounds of Holy Name of Mary Roman Catholic church on the corner of The Avenue and Eastbourne Road, in Linthorpe, Middlesbrough in May 1965.
An amateur film by Maurice Brunton that shows a number of locations around Middlesbrough. A number of boys appear in the film some from a local Scout troop, others as schoolboys at a local school.
An amateur film by Maurice Brunton, believed made in Middlesbrough, showing a troop of boy scouts preparing for a soap box derby, a visit to Billy Smarts Circus and an assembly with a Chief Scout.
An amateur film by Jack Boyer of the 1978 North Ormesby Cargo Fleet Annual Carnival. The film begins with views of decorated terraced streets with hand painted murals in the windows of many of the houses. The film then shows a procession of costumed children and decorated floats as well as the ‘Cleveland Militaries Juvenile Jazz Band’ making their way along James Street in North Ormesby watched by crowds standing along the pavement.
A Tyne Tees Television news report on a union meeting taking place inside Middlesbrough Town Hall. This is followed by an interview with two union officials outside the town hall about the reason for said meeting. This report was transmitted 26 July 1967.
Film insert of a Royal Navy ceremony for a sea burial on board HMS Abdiel in Hartlepool Harbour. Filmed for the Tyne Tees Television Six Five news programme, this item broadcast on 16 January 1968. The ship was commissioned on 17 October 1967, designated by the Ministry of Defence as an ‘exercise minelayer’.
Reporter Phil McDonnell interviews a mechanic from West Hartlepool, Harry Ashleigh, who plays his bagpipes on the beach at West Hartlepool, dressed in the full regalia of a Gordon Highlander. This news magazine item featured in a Tyne Tees TV Look of the Month compilation, originally broadcast on 28 October 1968.
Mute roll in footage for a Tyne Tees Television news story transmitted 19 November 1968 about pollution on the River Tees.
Mute Tyne Tees Television news footage transmitted on the 19th November 1968 showing various industrial views along the River Tees passing the Newport Bridge and heading towards the Transporter Bridge.
Tyne Tees Television reporter Brian Shallcross interviews Brian Shelton, the Artistic Director of the Forum Theatre, Billingham, and director of a new production of ‘The Clandestine Marriage’. The story continues with an interview with actress Michelle Dotrice who is performing in the play about her role, her career and her famous farther Roy Dotrice. This report was transmitted 6 April 1971.
Two film inserts for the Tyne Tees TV Today at Six news programme on 18 April 1974.
Tyne Tees Television reporter Peter Holland interviews a man who is leaving his job at the Propytex Ltd factory in Hartlepool due to cash shortages within the company. The report was transmitted 15 October 1974.
Tyne Tees Television story to camera by reporter Peter Holland of a ‘work in’ by employees of the Propytex factory in Hartlepool. Includes interview with Mr Jack Richardson with regards the workers' position. This report was transmitted 15 October 1974.
Entertaining news item of boys’ school choir singing a Middlesbrough Football Club song broadcast on Tyne Tees TV Today at Six news on 19 February 1975.
Report on the arrival of the first supplies of oil at Shell UK’s Teesport Refinery for the Tyne Tees Television Northern Life news programme, broadcast on 16 September 1976.
An amateur film of Queen Elizabeth II coronation celebrations taking place in London as well as Stockton-on-Tees in June 1953 made by local toyshop owner Leslie Brown. The film includes the coronation of the Stockton Coronation Queen at the Globe Theatre and festive decorations in Stockton town centre. At Ropner Park, Stockton’s Coronation Gala takes place, the parade led by the Stockton Coronation Queen. The final part of the film records a Mayor’s Sunday parade on Stockton High Street. The amateur film is intercut with footage and titles from a commercial film of the Coronation in London.