A film to celebrate the 25 years of the museum as a souvenir and a tribute to the volunteers who have made it possible and gain the Queens Award for Voluntary Service.
It feature the exhibits and all the events held in 2014, that very special year.
Fully narrated and scored throughout with the helicopters, aerial shots and Stars of Time.
A wonderful insight to the largest helicopter collection anywhere in the world. https://youtu.be/8Tx6UnkI4lg
A short trailer of the main film which tkaes the viewer on a trip around the Bristol Channel Estuary and the interesting islands there.
Featuring Burnham, Brean Down, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and Lundy. http://youtu.be/TcTo-jpN_Ys
Protecting the past with an eye to the future!
A brand new publication April 2013.
The Street Society is a local organisation run by local people who care about the village of Street in Somerset.
Founded in 2001 by an enthusiastic group of people who recognised the need for a constituted body to take an interest in Street, a role that has been recognised in many ways.
We seek to protect buildings of importance and record irreplaceable memories.
Written by local author Muriel Mudie with modern day pictures by Neil Clarke it is a most interesting book about the village and its history.
Available via the society, Amazon and local selected outlets http://www.streetsociety.org
Cheltenhams first film festival! Endorsed by British Film Institute, Pinewood Studios, Disney, Michael Parkinson, Sir Roger Moore and many more it looks like being a very exciting and interesting annual event. Starts October 1st, tickets on sale now! www.cheltenhamfilmfestival.com