SIX vintage colour documentary films offering glimpses of life in Britain in the 1950s will be shown by Scarborough Film Society at Staintondale village hall tomorrow, at 7.30pm.
They are set in Cornwall, Devon, Wales, the Midlands, the Northwest, the Northeast and the Scottish highlands.
West Country Journey explores the countryside, towns and coasts of Devon and Cornwall.
A Letter for Wales contains vivid images of Welsh country and town life.
Cyclists Special shows a train full of cyclists travelling from London to Rugby.
Holiday captures the verve and zest of a Blackpool holiday.
The Heart is Highland shows aspects of life in small communities in the Scottish highlands.
Any Man’s Kingdom shows the splendid scenery and rich fullness of life in Northumberland.