For audiences interested in local history, a number of 8mm and 16mm home movies shot by amateur film makers are available. many of these films show places and events in East Anglia in the 1940s, 50s, 60s and 70s. 

The pictures below are stills from some of the 8mm and 16mm home movies available.

The Watton Carnival, 1959 - Carnival and unveiling of town sign (8mm film)

Thetford, Coronation Day 1953 - Street decorations and procession (16mm film)

Hunstanton, circa 1953 - Boating pool, Uncle Dennis and Auntie Jean (children's entertainers) (16mm film)

Beautiful Britain - Lynmouth, Chipping Campden, Statford-Upon-Avon  1938 (16mm film)

Burnham Overy / Wells-on-Sea / Salthouse 1953 - The aftermath of the North Norfolk floods (8mm film)

Norwich in the 1960s - American library dedication / Flying  Scotsman visits Norwich / Carnivals (8mm film)

Brancaster, Hunstanton, Wells-next-the-Sea holidays, 1949 (16mm film)

Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach in the 1960s (8mm film)

Thetford Festival-of-Britain Week, 1951 (16mm film)

The Royal Norfolk Show in the 1950s (8mm film)

Sandringham, 1948 / Lowestoft, 1948 / Oulton Broad, winter 1963 (8mm film)

Thetford in the 1940s and 50s (16mm film)

London, 1938 (16mm film)