Showing 1221 to 1240 of 1309 for Jersey AirportX
Photographic slide of an aerial view of Gigoulande Quarry, St Peter's Valley, with St Peter's Village and the Airport in the distance.
Date: June 10th 1977 - June 10th 1977
Date: June 10th 1977 - June 10th 1977
3 films on 16mm 1) 16mm colour film [some with pink cast due to faulty processing] by George Morley. 1935. Harold Morley and family, Margery at La Hauteur, St Brelade. 1937, St Brelade's Bay [without German sea defence walls]. 1936, Gillian and beach scenes. 1937, rock pools and children in the car at La Hauteur. 2) Morley friends and relations near the Law Courts in London. Clerks in chambers in b & w including George Morley. London scenes in colour. 1937, Harold Treves Brown and Family. 1938, baby in pram. 1939, children in garden. Colour footage of Blanc Pignon and La Haule. Girls and dog on beach, Jersey cows. The De Havilland DH86 of the Jersey Airways at the Jersey Airport. A family picnic at Beauport. 3) Scenes in b & w at house in Horsham during the second world war. Town scenes including shots of the fire station, public baths and the London Road Methodist Church. The local hunt in town. Buses and traffic and a cricket match.
Date: 1935 - 1945
16mm colour film by George Morley. Shows 1930s Jersey including Corbiere with a boat coming in, the island shoreline, the harbour, Jersey Airways aeroplanes flying in over the sea, coast, houses and landing at the Jersey Airport, flowers, cows in the field, horse ploughing with men. B & w film looking out to coast, showing the flora and birds on the cliffs. Colour film of a woman on the cliffs, people on the beach surfing, Corbiere lighthouse in different moods at different times of the day surrounded by the ocean and the mail boat coming in-14 mins 10 secs
Date: 1930 - 1939
VHS Tape: 1) Filmed by Roderick Averty in 16mm colour. Film entitled 'Jersey's Other Inhabitants', an amateur film about low water fishing in Jersey. Film includes going by motor boat to Icho Tower, shellfish being uncovered, ormers under rocks, an octopus, crabs, how to catch razor fish, seabirds and eggs being discovered and guillemots on the rocks filmed from a fishing boat at sea. 2) Filmed by Roderick Averty in 16mm colour and black and white. Assembly of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Jersey 1954. Film includes delegates arriving at the Airport and St Helier Harbour, Tantivy coaches lined up, ship arriving in the harbour, a policeman directing traffic and coaches arriving at Springfield stadium and theatre, St Helier. Scenes at the airport including shots of a BEA Dakota, Cambrian Airways Rapide. Delegates handing out The Watchtower in streets of St Helier, starting in Janvrin Road with a man on motorbike. Delegates in Library Place, King Street and Snow Hill. A sequence in black and white of a bakery at work [possibly Bird’s Bakery on corner of New Street and Union Street]. Colour film continues with scenes from Jehovah’s Witnesses’ Assembly including a baptism by full immersion in water, delegates returning to the airport – outside front entrance – then boarding Jersey Airlines Heron G-ANLN, the Heron taking off, delegates arriving outside the airport in VW courtesy bus of Demi des Pas Hotel, delegates leaving by sea on SS St Julian. Shots of family picking flowers on unidentified headland in Jersey. 3) Filmed by George Morley in 16mm colour. Film with processing fault giving mauve cast. Film includes scenes in an English park, the Morley family at La Hauteur, family home on Mont les Vaux, St Brelade, scenes in the tennis court on land above the house. 1937: Tennis players in England including a one-armed boy, a ship approaching Jersey, boys and girls in St Brelade’s Bay and in the sea. 1938: a house in England called Brynford, cricket on the lawn of the house, a tram crossing. 1939: the family in a sail-boat on a lake in England, lawn tennis, family in the kitchen and garden and getting into a car with blackout headlights.
Date: 1930 - 1954
VHS Tape : Jerseys Holiday Round. Filmed by Associated British Pathe in 16mm colour sound with narration by Jerseyman Bruce Trent (the singing star). Scenes include: St Helier, Howard Davis Park, Victoria College, cricket on College Field, Bowling Club, La Moye Golf Course, Coronation Park, community exercise with Reg Nicolle at West Park, St Helier Harbour, yachting, water skiing, DUKWs at West Park, double decker buses at Snow Hill, charabancs (Pioneer, JMT), Bouley Bay Hill Climb, horse riding, Jersey Airport, Breton traditional costume dancers, Battle of Flowers (Petula Clarke as guest of honour), St Brelade's Bay, Portelet, Gorey, St Ouen's Bay, Havre des Pas Pool. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.
Date: 1952 - 1952
VHS tape: Filmed by Morley Cook for the Jersey Tourism Committee in 16mm colour sound. Tourism film with narration by Bruce Trent. Scenes include: arriving by sea, airport (BEA Pionair), Weighbridge, Royal Square, French Lane, Havre des Pas swimming pool, Howard Davis Park, Victoria College, cricket on College Field, bowling club, St Aubin, Portelet Bay, St Brelade's Bay, Beauport, Corbiere, La Moye Golf Course, Vraicing, Plemont, branchage, cows, horse riding north coast, granite quarry, Bonne Nuit, Bouley Bay, Rozel, No 1 bus to Gorey (double decker), Mont Orgueil, La Semaine Francaise. 0h 21m 22s. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.
Date: 1954 - 1954
VHS tape of 4 separate films: 1) Filmed by Stanley Jepson in 16mm B&W. Film shows behind the scenes at Jersey Airport - includes CTV extract on arrival of the Handley Page Herald for Jersey Airlines. Shows flight clearance. Meteorological office. 2) Filmed by Stanley Jepson in 16mm B&W. Changes as a new house is built below Stanley Jepson's house overlooking St Aubin. 3) Filmed by Stanley Jepson in 16mm B&W. Shows animal cemetery at First Tower. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.
Date: 1958 - 1960
VHS tape of 2 separate films: 1) Filmed by Kevin Le Scelleur in standard 8mm colour. Film shows the British steamer St Patrick, the British rail ship plying between Jersey and St Malo. 0h 18m 27s 2) Filmed by a Pallot family member in standard 8mm colour. This family film includes good shots of the harbour and airport. 0h 13m 37s. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.
Date: 1950 - 1971
VHS Tape : Filmed by Jersey Amateur Cine Club - Dixie Landick/Nigel Biggar in16mm B & W Victoria College Centenary Year" - Part One Masters & prefects. Headmaster Mr Ronnie Postill. Boys in classrooms (including Advocate Michael Voisin). Boy being 'booked' [detention on a Saturday morning]. Boys in science lab. Tuckshop, gym (PT with Reg Nicolle + Commander Stafford); cross country (inc. young John Hibbs former headmaster of Victoria College Preparatory School), hockey at La Pouquelaye, football (Victoria College v Elizabeth College, Guernsey), on College Field; athletics, 20th March 1952 on College Field. Presentation of cup by wife of Education Committee President Deputy John Le Marquand, (includes cups for John Hibbs, Geoff Fiott & Gerald Harrison), college scouts at camp on sand dunes at Les Quennevais, young scouts cooking over camp fire at La Sergente (Arthur Douglas, Scout leader) followed by investiture. Combined Cadet Force (CCF) exercises at Les Landes, Colonel Eden with the Lieutenant Governor General Sir Edward Grassett, visit to Jersey Airport. RAF Anson arrives - Lt. Gov and young Richard Le Brocq (now Assistant Secretary to Lieutenant Governor). BEA link trainer at Jersey airport being used by CCF Cadets. Annual inspect of CCF, college field. Bass drummer is John Blashford-Snell (now Lt. Colonel Blashford-Snell). Boarders at College House, showing interiors, boys waking and washing then lunch. Cricket on College Field.
Date: 1952 - 1952
VHS tape of 5 separate films: 1) Filmed by Surgeon Lieutenant and Dr David Bett in 9.5mm B&W. Film contains scenes from Lords' cricket ground, Wimbledon tennis. Royal Jersey Show at Springfield. Royal Corps of Signals display. King Street. The Parade. Cenotaph. West Park. DH86's at Jersey Airport (St Peter's Barracks behind). Heatherdeane house at Park Estate. Car J9352 driving. Corbiere lighthouse 2) Filmed by Surgeon Lieutenant and Dr David Bett in 9.5mm B&W. Film shows family footage during September 1948 - April 1949. Includes 'Tritea' Park Estate, St Brelade. 3) Filmed by Surgeon Lieutenant and Dr David Bett in 9.5mm B&W. Film shows family footage during 1955 Includes 'Tritea' Park Estate, St Brelade. 4) Filmed by Arthur O Hamon in 8mm B&W. Film shows mailboat passing Corbiere. Merryweather fire engine at Jersey Fire Station, Nelson Street. 5) Filmed by Stanhope Landick in 9.5mm B&W. Film shows flags half mast in Royal square, proclamation of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II. Medals presented by Lt. Gov. General Grassett to William Cann, MSM in the grounds of Rozel Manor. Also includes footage of the Social Security row in 1949. Coffin carried through the streets. Politician J J Le Marquand. Crowds to Royal Square. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.
Date: 1930 - 1952
VHS tape of 8 separate films: 1) Filmed by David Bishop in 8mm B&W. Film shows the Jersey Model Aero Club, Les Landes. 0h 04m 17s. 2) Filmed by David Bishop in 8mm colour. Film shows a Hovercraft on trial at Gorey. 0h 03m 17s. 3) Filmed by David Bishop in 8mm colour. Films shows various scenes of Jersey, including: Jersey Pottery, Gorey, Anne Port, States Airport, Corbiere, St Aubin, Ronez, Moulin de Lecq, St Ouen and the swings at Mount Bingham. 0h 03m15s 4) Filmed by David Bishop in 8mm colour. The official opening of Fort Regent swimming Pool. Bishop family in Howard Davis Park. 0h 08m 27s 5) Filmed by Stanhope Landick in 16mm. Film shows the SS St Patrick arriving in St Helier. Dixie Landick home on leave. Ken Landick. Family meal. St Andrew's Church. Wedding of Estele de la Cour to Charles de Gruchy (later a Jurat). 0h 04m 56s 6) Filmed by Stanhope Landick in 16mm. Film show a German bunker at Bel Royal and camouflage netting. 0h 00m 50s 7) Filmed by Stanhope Landick in 16mm. Film shows Jersey Road Race. Man in beret. Anti-tank defences. Beaumont. Picnic on beach at L'Etacq. The marina restaurant. Sailing in St Aubin's Harbour. Royal Mail van and postman (Stanley Theodore Landick) House 'Alabama'. The Hamon Memorial Church, Mont Les Vaux. Family outing at Le Hocq Hotel and a Vicar in a striped blazer. 0h 04m 33s 8) Filmed by Stanhope Landick in 16mm B&W. Film shows St Aubin's Bay. Long pan left to right showing empty harbour. First part of film featuring Mr Aubrey Jolley (master at Victoria College Preparatory). Jersey Airport BEA DC 3 Pionair. 0h 03m 16s. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.
Date: 1940 - 1970
VHS tape: Filmed by Stanley Jepson in 16mm colour. Film called 'Reine de la Manche'-The Most Beautiful of English Channel Islands-'The Glory that is Jersey'-shows various scenes of Jersey including: Corbiere lighthouse. Martello towers. German gun emplacements. Coastal scenery. North coast and people. New North Road. Rozel. St Ouen's Bay and people. East coast beaches. St Catherine's. Mont Orgueil. St Aubin. Camellias. Magnolia at Rozel. Daffodils in fields. Tulips. St Helier Harbour. 'Isle of Sake' arrival. Airport BEA Rapides. St Aubin's fete. Float entered by Jersey Young Farmers Club in Battle of Flowers. Elizabeth Castle. St Brelade's Bay. Children on beach. Havre des pas Swimming Pool. Potato planting and digging. Lorries at harbour. Planting outdoor tomatoes. Cattle shows. Hay stacks in fields. 0h 11m 21s. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.
Date: 1948 - 1948
VHS Tape of two separate films :1) Filmed by Roderick A Averty in 9.5mm B&W and Dufay colour Scenes include: Wedding and departure of bride and groom from airport (DH 86, Jersey Airways); Battle of Flowers at Springfield; R A Averty himself (B&W and Dufay colour); tomato pickers (Dufay colour); train in Jersey; France-Jersey yacht race 1934, guests at Corbiere; sailing; sand racing, St Ouen; Battle of Flowers, Springfield; diving at swimming pool, Havre des Pas; Battle of Flowers, Springfield; sand racing, St Ouen. 0h 19m 57s 2) Filmed by Harry Gaudin in 9.5mm B & W . George Gaudin's father was the States Meat Inspector. The family lived in Albert House, alongside what is now the Harbour Office. This film was taken after the Occupation and includes scenes at the Battle of Flowers, Victoria Avenue. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.
Date: 1920 - 1946
Mr Orbell, Chief Met Officer at the Jersey Airport, talks about the Jersey Meteorological Service. Includes: functions of the Service including weather observations, warnings of air navigation hazards, and others; equipment used; increasing demand for weather services outside the airport in areas such as shipping and farming; compiling weather statistics and surveys; funding of the Service; functions and numbers of staff and their training and qualifications. (original audio tape JERSM/1988/428/22 is missing)
Date: 1970 - 1970
An unidentified man talks about the Jersey Airport. Includes: History of the airport and commercial air services in Jersey; Jersey Airways Limited, the first company to run a successful air service to the island; initially operated from the Beach Aerodrome, St Aubin's Bay, using De Haviland Dragon aircraft; Piers and Harbours Committee taking over development of the Airport; regular operation of the Airport commenced March 1937; description of original runways, airport layout and equipment; mail and newspapers being delivered by air helping to establish air services; air services curtailed during the war but recovered later with the increasing popularity of air travel; Jersey becoming a holiday destination; additions and development to the Airport's buildings and facilities; different departments and officers in charge of them; location of the Airport; main airports connected to Jersey by air routes; types of aircraft used. (original audio tape JERSM/1988/428/23 is missing)
Date: 1970 - 1970
Jersey Talking Magazine-September 1977 Edition. Introduction by Gordon Young. Pharmacy feature-Molly Perchard-talking about the history of pharmacy. Cooking feature-Margaret Jenkins talking about the use of spices. Gardening feature-Jack Douglas and Alf Ippititimus giving hints on fig trees and summer colds. Nature feature-Frances Le Sueur talking about eating seaweed, using vraic as fertilizers and different kinds of seaweed. Island Administrators-Graeme Pitman interviewing Senator Bill Morvan, Head of the Harbours and Airport Committee about the attractions of the job, the challenges faced by the committee at the airport and harbour, the Jersey Airport as a trading area-self-sufficiency from the tax payer, what happens with the profit from the Airport, the new marina being built, where the money is coming from, charges and the price of air fares. Hint for the blind from Jim Lamy about the use of the telephone. Gordon Young ends the side with a humorous story. End of Side One. Reading from a poem by Reg Grandin on the occupation. Interview with Alan Whicker about his reasons for getting into journalism, his career, getting into television and travel broadcasts, becoming famous, his interviewing style, people he has interviewed, evocative smells, tastes and sounds he has experienced, his interest in the flora and fauna of Jersey and his choice to live in Jersey. Eileen Le Sueur telling a humorous Jersey story in Jersey French.
Date: August 31st 1977 - August 31st 1977
Date: 1960 - 1969
Date: 1960 - 1969
Date: 1960 - 1969