A Portrait of Clavering, VA 27/6/1

Video:


Date:
1990-1992

Creator:
Joy Barrow

Collection:
Miscellaneous Video Recordings

Archive/Collection:
Miscellaneous Video Recordings

Source URL:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kV-au0K3VSk



Description:
This amateur film portrays a year in the life of the village of Clavering in north west Essex. Most of the filming was completed during 1990 and features a history of the village with notable events during the year, interspersed with scenes of village life. [0:00] Introduction [4:00] site of castle [5:00] Bury Manor [5:50] "Lamb Sunday" at Curles Farm - Brian Carter, farmer [8:25] parish church of St. Mary and St. Clement [12:15] Easter flower festival at church; art and craft exhibition - Jenny Carter [15:45] Church End [19:10] Middle Street [20:20] village fete held on Bank Holiday Monday [25:45] cricket match [26:00] playgroup [27:15] Primary School [31:00] village shop [32:45] annual horticultural show [35:55] Conservation Area: Fox and Hounds pub; The Cricketers pub [37:10] Service of Celebration for 10 year church restoration programme [40:00] Tea at village hall after the service [41:25] village hall activities: weekly library; Over 60s Club; Clavering Players [42:50] Village Hall and Jubilee Field [45:50] Gypsy Lane; old mills; Sticklings; old maltings; Clavering Court; barn conversion [47:45] Starlings Green [49:00] harvest - Arnold Hitchcock, farmer [52:35] stubble burning [53:00] Methodist Sunday School children singing 'We Plough the Fields and Scatter' [54:00] ploughing [55:00] Remembrance Day parade and service at United Reformed Church [58:00] Bonfire Night fireworks display [1:00:30] Christmas service at parish church [1:03:25] End.

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Location(s):
Clavering, Essex, UK
Subject:
village life; villages; cricket; horticulture; stores & shops; agriculture
Video:
English
Duration:
01:02:51
Materials Held By:
Essex Sound and Video Archive
Original Format:
VHS
Color/B&W:
Color
Sound/Silent:
Sound
Rights:
CC-BY-NC


Archive:
Essex Record Office

Archive contact:
ero.enquiries@essex.gov.uk

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