This film documents the visit of Princess Alexandra to lay the Foundation Stone for the extension to St. Gemma's Hospice near Leeds.
This is a film showing the bonfire at Chevin and parade at Menston, near Otley, as part of the Queen's Silver Jubilee Celebrations.
Extract from War Pictorial News No. 55 (18/5/1942)
An amateur film that shows the celebrations held in a residential street in York to mark the wedding day of Prince Charles and Princess Diana in 1981.
This film contains a number of shorter films focusing on the re-opening of the North York Moors Railway and events relating to the NYMR.
This is a series of films made by R.K. Snowden documenting some local events in Pickering in 1975 and 1976, with commentary. Each film is preceded by an intertitle.
A film made by Keith Snowden featuring several local events in Pickering during 1977 and 1978. Each film is preceded by an intertitle.
A film made by local filmmaker Ernest Taylor, of the Huddersfield Cine Club, about a visit to Huddersfield by Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh in July 1949.
This is the third film of events at Castle Howard Reformatory after the Second World War. It shows the school at Crambeck (close to the village of Welburn, near Malton, North Yorkshire, aka Castle Howard Farm School and Castle Howard Approved School) in their Coronation Games in 1953 and celebrations of the School Centenary in 1955.
Made by Yorkshire Television, this programme includes live coverage of the opening of the Humber Bridge by HRH Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip on 17th July, 1981. A tour of Humberside also accompanies the event.
This is the first film of events at Castle Howard Reformatory after the Second World War. It shows a school football match and sports day, with prizes presented by the 6th Earl of Harewood.
This is a Gaumont newsreel which documents the Bradford Pageant as opened by Prince George.
The following film is a newsreel made up of Movietone footage of the Royal Tour to South Africa in 1947.
Part of the Wainwright Collection, this film captures King George V and Queen Mary as they leave Wolferton Station on the start of a visit to Harrogate.
This film documents the Viscount and Lady Halifax's visit to Hull in 1941. They have come to visit the city after The Blitz during World War II. The day begins at the Dorchester theatre where they view the film and are presented with a wooden engraved case containing the film. They also visit a refuge for people whose homes have been bombed and look at the worst hit sites of the city.
This film is a compilation of three royal visits to the city of Hull. The first visit is by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh to a school opening, the second by Prince Charles to a Fishing Net factory, and the third visit by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh to the Royal station Hotel and the Missions to Seamen Flying Angel Club.
This film documents the Silver Jubilee celebrations which take place in Walkington Village.
This film shows the visit of Princess Margaret to the Hornsea Pottery Company. The film includes footage of children in the play area and a tour of the factory with the Princess during which she observes many of the production processes at work.
This is a film produced by the British Government, through the Central Office of Information (COI), as part of a monthly cine-magazine produced specifically for cinema distribution in South and South East Asia. It includes a Medical Missionary Centre in South West Laos, Thai students learning English in Britain, Hornsea Pottery, a telephone factory, a toy company, and Concorde flying over the Queen's Birthday Parade.
This film shows Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh's visit to print machinery manufacturers R.W. Crabtree & Sons factory in South Leeds on October 17th 1958. This film was narrated by the Yorkshire Film Company in a newsreel style for the firm.
This film contains footage of flooding in Bradford City centre and bad snow storms that affected Cemetery Road in Bradford.
This film contains footage from the visit of HRH The Duchess of Kent to Bradford College in May 1971. It also gives a good indication of the various courses and facilities available at the College.
This is a film of the Diamond Jubilee camp of the county of Sheffield Girl Guides at Chatsworth July 25-August 1, 1970. Some 1,200 girl guides attended the camp, which was addressed by the Duchess of Devonshire. The girl guides do various chores, put up tents and play games.
Made by local historian Ronald Fairfax, this film provides a history of Sheffield specifically with an emphasis on the steel industry. The film utilizes archive film to illustrate the commentary and includes extensive footage from Frank Mottershaw's 'The Life and Times of Charles Peace', and exceptional film of when there was a bus driver's strike in Sheffield in 1959.
This piece is essentially two films. The first shows Coronation celebrations in Harrogate and Knaresborough, and the second shows the actual event taking place in London.