Films 4


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WAKEFIELD’S YORKSHIRE DAY
Mayor's from towns around Yorkshire parade through the streets of Wakefield. It was a great day in the history of our town.  

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WRENTHORPE REMEMBERED 
A very short look at bygone Wrenthorpe it’s indurtry and its people and the way they were.

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OUTWOOD REMEMBERED 1
Take a look back in time to our wonderful village and the people who lived there, many years ago.

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TALKING MINING
A very short film of an interview with Frank Poskett and Ronald Swinden, both sadly no longer with us.

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20,000 VISITORS
This film is to celebrate 20,000 visitors to our web-site, it includes clips considered not good enough quality to include in our main films.Most have never been seen before.

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A VISIT TO MURTON PARK
Rooks Nest Junior & Infants School pupils visited Murton Park to learn how people lived during WW II and our cameras were there to record the event.

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A NEW VICAR FOR OUTWOOD
Outwood welcomes their new vicar the Rev Jonathan Bish, this film records the licensing ceremony at Outwood Parish Church.

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STANLEY MARSH (Raining)
Formed as a result of the Deep Drop Colliery Stanley, the nature reserve is a haven for wildlife of all kinds and is a fantastic local amenity.

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LOFTHOUSE HERITAGE TRAIL (Raining)
This was filmed on a shocking day in January 2017, it never stopped raining. Hope you enjoy this brief look at this wonderful local amenity.

ALL DONE ON MY IPAD
A short film all photos, film, editing, and upload to Youtube done on my iPad, nothing else was used. Enjoy!.

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WAKEFIELD MARKET 2005
We invite you to look back with us at this short film and spot the changes from the last days of Wakefield Market in 2005.

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WHY A KILN?.
Filmed in 2003, Keith Orrell explains how the decision was taken to erect a Bee Hive Kiln outside the Community centre in the village of Wrenthorpe.

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FATHER JOHN BUTTERWORTH. LAST SERVICE AT OUTWOOD CHURCH
Serving the community of Outwood for almost 38 years, Father John Butterworth's final service in Outwood Parish Church. A very moving record of a unique event.

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LAST LOCO DRIVING SESSION AT KELLINGLEY COLLIERY
This unique quite hair raising  film by John Carrington shows the very last loco training course to be held at the now closed Kellingley Colliery.

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LOCAL KID’S VISIT OUR PIT WHEEL
Filmed in 2002, we invited local schoolchildren from Rook’s Nest, Newton Hill and Ledger Lane schools to design a poster for our video club.

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SUBSIDENCE AT STANLEY CHURCH, FRANK POSKETT
The demolition of Stanley Church split the community of Stanley. Frank Poskett a well respected local Mining Engineer give his views on subsidence at the church.

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THE QUEST FOR COAL CHEQUE PRESENTATION
Not seen until now, presentation of the cheque from money raised as a result of video sales from our very first film, “The Quest for Coal"

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PROMS ON THE MILLENNIUM GREEN
A charity event that raised £5000 for Wakefield Hospice and The Abi Longfellow Appeal, howling wind but plenty of flag waving.

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LOFTHOUSE COLLIERY HERITAGE TRAIL
This is a trailer to our new film filmed on location in Outwood and Lofthouse Nature Park, 45min Dvd available.

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NEWSREEL 2015
A selection of unused footage not used in our former films, including dragon boats
new buses, secret tunnel, bus ralley, outdoor charity concert.

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HQ ANGLERS COUNTRY PARK
Anglers Country Park is a haven for wildlife, near Crofton, Wakefield.

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HQ A TRIBUTE TO HILDA WEST
Hilda was the oldest member of our video club before she passed away aged 91, this is our tribute to a very special lady.


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