This is a film of Mr and Mrs Dickinson at home in Malton, attending the Remembrance Day Parade in York and visiting Whitby.
The long-running soap opera, Emmerdale, is filmed on location in the village of Esholt, near Bradford. This film documents how Esholt is changed into the fictional village of Beckindale for the television programme. It also examines the effect the series has on the village and its people.
This film contains footage of a tour around Linthwaite and shows many of the residents and the activities they get up to. The film was made by local schoolteacher and filmmaker Lucy Fairbank.
Part of the Drury Collection, this film documents a boat trip from North Yorkshire to Amsterdam taken by a couple and their friends.
Part two of an amateur film, this film documents a boat trip from North Yorkshire to Amsterdam taken by a couple and their friends.
This film documents a number of scouting activities including a St. George's Day Scout Parade, Chief Scout Camp at Rudding Park, and St. Thomas' Camp all in 1977. The film includes Scout and Guides processing from Clifford's Tower to the York Minster as well as brief scenes of Scout trip to Rudding Park.
This film documents a variety of scouting events in the Heworth District in 1979. Events include the annual St. George's Day parade that includes both Scout and Guides processing from Clifford's Tower to the York Minster as well as brief scenes of a Save the Children Parade and a Brownie Pack visit to the North York Moors.
This film documents the Yorks Heworth Brownies’ annual trip to the village of Burnsall, just north of the city.
This film documents the York Heworth Brownies' annual trip to the village of Burnsall, just north of the city.
This film documents the York Heworth Brownie trip to the village of Burnsall located in the Yorkshire Dales. The trip was an annual event, and the film includes footage of the camp at Burnsall hall as well as their outdoor excursions in the dales.
This film documents the York's Heworth Brownies' annual trip to the village of Burnsall, just north of the city.
This amateur film is a detailed film that shows a family skiing holiday in Scotland.
This compilation features a set of films that show climbing around Britain and skiing at as resort in the Austrian mountains.
A film that shows a family on holidays they ski, canoe, and go camping. Locations include Aysgarth Falls.
This amateur film shows the filmmaker's children growing up in their early years. It includes footage of Christmas celebrations, birthday parties, and time at home.
This film features the Shone Family in Knaresborough, including father and sister Dorothy, in leisure activities during the 1930s.
This film is part of the Tony Jackson and contains footage of a camping trip made by members of the Morley Cycling Club to various places around Yorkshire. There is a running commentary throughout the entire film (except the film after the closing title) and the voiceover talks about the various locations seen within the film as well as the people.
Afilm from the Tony Jackson collection, this film contains footage of a trip taken by Eileen and Tony Jackson around Scotland.
This film is part of the Jackson collection and captures footage from the men and women's competitions at the British Cyclo-Cross Championship. This particular race features famous Yorkshire cyclist, Beryl Burton.
Part of the Jackson collection, this film contains footage of the early years of a couple's first child, Simon. There are shots of a couple of birthdays as well as family camping holidays and trips to castle ruins.
This film documents the excursions of the Morley Cycle Club in 1964. It includes footage of different club members during the ride and in their down time as well as different Yorkshire landmarks including Bolton Abbey.
As part of the Jackson collection, this amateur film contains footage of the race in which members of the Morley cycling club compete. There is a continuous narration throughout the film giving details of the competitors, the locations and how well the riders are doing.
An amateur film from the Jackson collection, this film shows some members of the Morley Cycling Club on a cycling trip around Scotland.
This film is a series of short newsreel type features on local events in Pickering during 1967 and 1968. Each film is preceded by an intertitle.
This film documents the activities of the Market District Boys club of Leeds during 1962-3. This was an inner city club which originally provided nothing much more than football; however, during this period, the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme was introduced to the organization by Brian Price. This film records some of the events involved with this awards scheme.