Here are a selection of films from our archives, hope you enjoy them, click on the right hand side play button.
TOUR OF YORKSHIRE
Wakefield welcomes the cycle race, after a very wet start the sun shone through and the people turned out in their thousands.
OUTWOOD PARISH BOUNDARY WALK
Outwood Parish Church parishioners made this walk around the parish boundary to celebrate the church’s 150 year anniversary.
ALVERTHORPE’S 100th CARNIVAL
This is footage from Alverthorpe’s 100th carnival, the rain poured down but the people shone through.
OUTWOOD TROLLEY DASH
This film of Outwood people raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support is an inspiration to us all.
ABSEILING WAKEFIELD CATHEDRAL
One of the Mayor's fund raising events in 2006, plenty of very brave people came down the side of The Wakefield Cathedral of All Saints
THE BATTLE OF WAKEFIELD
This film is part of our archive collection, and tells the story of a very important part of our local history.
A VIEW OF OUTWOOD
This film was edited by former club member Mark Paton and uses Morphing Software to achieve the effects .
MINERS RETURN TO LOFTHOUSE COLLIERY
Members of Lofthouse Park Group and Outwood Community Video along with ex-miners who worked at Lofthouse, return for a nostalgic look around.
THE OUTWOOD POPPY PATCH
The unveiling of The Outwood Poppy Patch to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
WRENTHORPE CELEBRATES THE QUEEN’S DIAMOND JUBILEE
We all had a ball filming this very special event. Sit back and enjoy this, one of our very first high definition films.
WISTOW MINERS REUNION
Back together, friends who worked at the now closed Wistow Colliery, Selby. Filmed in High definition this is a film to cherish.
OUTWOOD KIDS MEET OUR PIT WHEEL
Children from Rook's Nest, Ledger Lane and Newton Hill Schools were invited to learn about and draw our Pit Wheel.
A NEW PATH FOR STANLEY MARSH
Thanks to a lot of hard work from the Friends of Stanley Marsh, people in wheel chairs will be able to see our wonderful nature reserve.
CLUB IRISH NIGHT
A special club meeting that included, Irish Stew and Irish Music, which led to a fantastic evening enjoyed by all.
PRINCE CHARLES' VISIT
Prince Charles visiting Kirkgate Station to perform a re-naming ceremony of the Britannia steam locomotive on platform one.
OUR CLOCK IS 100 YEARS OLD
An old friend that has been keeping the people of Outwood punctual, celebrates it's 100th birthday. Includes a rare look inside the clock tower.
A VISIT TO RIPON CATHEDRAL
Outwood Parish Church is 150 years old, parishioners visit the home of the Church for a special service.