This is a film from the Taylor family collection. It shows scenes from the early years of the two children from the 1930s, playing in their garden, and the whole family on holiday at Scarborough on the beach.
This is a film from the Taylor family collection. It shows scenes from the early years of the two children from the 1930s, playing at in the countryside and in their garden.
This film shows different places and events in the city of York. Many of York's historic landmarks are included as well as scenes of the Mystery Plays, the Regatta, and unique footage of the open-air market.
Made by members of the Harrogate Cine Club, this is a picturesque film which includes footage of things connected with spring such as like baby animals and flowers.
Melody in Flowers focuses particularly on tulips, showing them in the field, being sold, and used on floats for a parade. Included in the parade are two men in blackface who stand in the middle of a busy street, and so illustrates a drastic change in social attitudes towards race.
Made by members of the Harrogate Cine Club, this film captures some of the well-known landmarks in York as well as the annual cycle rally on the Knavesmire.
This film is part of the C.H. Wood collection and contains footage of a trip by his family and a group of friends to Ramsgill, passing through the village of Coxwold and finishing up at Byland Abbey.
This is a comedy film about the folly of the filmmaker's father in his effort to fix an electrical fault on the family cooker, ending up being chased by his wife for causing a fire.
This is a film that appears to be made as a test having bought a new camera. After showing some of the family neighbourhood, the film shows York City Centre as it was in 1968 before pedestrianisation.
This is a film from the Nowell collection showing the Nidderdale valley and river, and some of the towns and villages. The film focuses on people enjoying themselves outdoors and on various leisure pursuits.
This is a film made by a local man of a year in the life of his household and neighbours in the village of Acaster Malbis. The film features his house and the camping and caravan site which both back onto the River Ouse. There is also footage of the river flooding and his family at Christmas. Throughout the film, the filmmaker provides running commentary, usually in a humorous fashion.
Made by York-based filmmaker Paul Richardson, this film is a series of rushes which were used for a promo for One & Other TV. The film captures glimpses of York in autumn and winter, 2011 including footage of York Market, Stonegate decorated for Christmas, the riverbanks of the Ouse, and York Minster. Most of the film is shot in the low autumn sunlight with a few scenes shot at night.
These are rushes from a promotional film, Undressing the Viking, made by Paul Richardson for York City Council. It has film of two women visiting places in York including different types of shops, the famous city walls, and the York cemetery.
This is a film of a family caravanning holiday in the Yorkshire Dales made by Halifax Cine Club member C.C. Thomas. It all happens on the twelve birthday of Charles Thomas’ daughter Glenys, who is joined by several other children.
This is a film of a family caravanning holiday in the Yorkshire Dales made by Halifax Cine Club member Charles Thomas. It especially features the children in the caravan and playing by the River Wharfe, as well as the villages of Kettlewell and Skipton.
This is a film Harrogate College Prizegiving Day in 1955, with the Headteacher giving a speech in front of the assembled parents as the prizes are handed out.
This is a film Harrogate College Prizegiving Day in 1955. The film carries on where film 5146 left off.
This is a film of a Speech Day at Harrogate College. It also includes footage of lots of people picnicking on the Stray in Harrogate.
This film features the a family of three daughters and the schools they attend, Oakdale Preparatory School and Harrogate College. The girls are shown with their mother visiting various places, including Ripon.
This is a sequence of six silent short cinema advertisements from the 1920s: one from Edinburgh, two from Knaresborough, and three of unknown location. They were produced by Youngers Shoppers’ Gazette and use intertitles and animation throughout. The films were part of the supporting programme at a local cinema in Yeadon.
This is a film of the wedding of Miss K E Lomas and Mr L Cradock at St Oswald’s Church, Sowerby, Thirsk. Miss Lomas was the daughter of George Albert Lomas, the Managing Director of A C Bamlett Limited and Chairman of Thirsk Rural Council.
Part of the Warburton collection, this film features a family holiday at Filey. The film includes footage of the family during their leisure time as well as a Punch and Judy show on the beach.