Rare pre-war colour images and monotone street scenes from the 1920s combine to celebrate a seaside outing to Dymchurch from a Canterbury orphanage.
Sympathetically restored footage was set to a live-music score, composed and performed by students from years 10 & 11, with the dedicated support of their student-teacher.
Members of the audience attending said:
"I found the footage of Canterbury High Street particularly moving, even a little sad."
"It brought home the futility of war, of what Canterbury lost heritage-wise with the bombing."
"Very insightful, due to the rarity of the footage I feel lucky to have seen it!"