This is film showing the launch from an unknown shipyard of the Hull registered fishing vessel My Claire Louise (H424). It was reportedly built for Sammy Dodgson at Bridlington and operated by Jack Belgium and his son – see films 5548, 5550 and 5552.
This is a film of some young children having pony rides at a riding event and of a small unknown shipyard – see films 5548, 5550 and 5552.
This is a film of children playing and sledging in the snow, both at home and in a park where the lake is frozen over.
This is a film of a mother and her two daughters. The girls are having fun in a playground and looking around the flowers in the park.
This is film showing the procession and aircraft display that takes place in Beverley during War Weapons Week 1941.
This is a film marking the 800th anniversary celebrations of the Borough of Beverley. Celebrations include a procession and a special service in the Beverley Minster with the Archbishop of York, Dr. Temple.
Made by Miss Hannchen Drasdo, who later went onto direct many of Hull’s road safety films, this artistic and atmospheric film sets out to capture a day in Hull from the early morning fishermen readying the catch of the day to a night on the town in a lively jazz club.
Filmed in Queen’s Gardens, Hull, this film features demonstrations of artificial respiration. The event was part of the Save a Life Week in May, 1955.
This is a compilation of amateur footage from the Hull area showing family life as well as some humorous slapstick comedy moments. The footage was taken at various points from 1971-1974 and includes footage of leisure and sporting activities, trick photography, and scenes at Hull Fair.
A family spend a day at Orchard Park playground, Hull 1978.
An amateur film taken in Hull, this film features two children playing in the snow followed by film shot at a rugby match between Hull and Keighley in 1979.
A family gathers to celebrate a ruby wedding and an 80th birthday.
Post-match celebrations on the pitch as Hull FC win a rugby game that took place at Hull Boulevard on 4th May, 1980.
This film features a family trip to Wembley for the Challenge Cup Final between Hull FC and Widnes on the 1st May, 1982 at Wembley and the Homecoming at City Hall the following day.
A family holiday in Brittany in August 1984.
This is the first part of a family holiday to Germany in 1985.
This is the second part of a family holiday to Germany in 1985.
This film features a young girl who performs ballerina exercises and a rugby match featuring Hull FC.
This film features a family holiday abroad in 1979.
This family film features scenes of a girls’ third birthday followed by scenes of outdoor activities including a sports day and a day on the beach.
A family holiday film shot in Great Yarmouth in 1979 taking in various family attractions.
A family celebrates a girl's second birthday at the family home in Hull.
Children spend a day at their grandparents’ house in Hull.
A film showing the home life of a Hull family and a religious/boy scouts parade.
The Queen and Prince Philip arrive in Hull as part of the Royal Silver Jubilee tour in 1977. The Queen is seen smiling and taking flowers from well-wishers.