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Pennefather Pictures Present Summer Holiday, Sheringham, 1933
The Pennefather Family on their jollies in Sheringham - the beach, lacrosse, and sailing! Great 1930s swimwear. Home movie.
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Time spent together for the Pennefather family looks like a lot of fun in these captured family scenes on the Norfolk coast in 1933. This home movie begins by showing the family in the garden of their thatched house in Sheringham with views overlooking the town and coastline out towards Cromer, Beeston Regis and West Runton. Later scenes show the family having a jolly time at the beach, playing lacrosse at nearby West Runton, and also sailing on the Broads – possibly Wroxham.