Raising funds for the building of the new Kent and Canterbury Hospital filmed by Sydney Bligh who was a keen amateur filmmaker.
Short scene of Henry James Goulden, who ran Goulden’s shop in Canterbury from 1870.
Whitehall Baths in Canterbury was an out door swimming pool on the current site of Toddler’s Cove. it was fed by the River Stour and closed in the 1950s over fears about Polio.
Rare footage of Mount & Sons Nursery on 40 Acres Road filmed by Sydney Bligh who was a keen amateur filmmaker,
Hop Picking at My Whiteman’s Garden in Tyler Hill.
Filmed in the Dane John Garden by Sydney Bligh who was a keen amateur filmmaker,
An inspection of police in Roper Road by the Mayor, Catherine Williamson.
This 16mm film of the Festival of Britain celebrations in Canterbury was made by the Canterbury Amateur Cine Society Film Unit.
Short documentary by Tim Jones about the ambitious amateur films made by Canterbury Archers in the 1960s.
Film taken by Edward Hicks-Diamond in 1962 at Canterbury Cricket ground. Edward had been a keen stills photographer before taking up amateur filmmaking.