Royal Visit To Holy Island (1958)

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    Holy Island, Northumberland. Documentation on file. GV's. Island in the mist approaching from sea. Cut-ins crowd shots. GV. Arrival of Royal Barge and escorts at Lifeboat Station. GV's St. Mary's Church. GV. Holy Island. GV. Holy Island village - Lindisfarne Priory Ruins. Queen Elizabeth II walks up hill from lifeboat Station to Church. CU. Queen walking and arrives at Sanctuary Close. Crowd. In Sanctuary Close, Queen inspects Guard of Honour. GV. Royal party walking to Church. After meeting the Lord Bishop of Newcastle and the Archdeacon and wife of Lindisfarne - Queen & Duke entering Church. GV. Lindisfarne Priory. Shots of newly sculptured statue of St. Aidan with St. Mary's Church in b.g. Queen being shown ruins of Lindisfarne Priory. Queen looking at statue of St. Aidan. Queen planting tree in Market Square. GV. Market Square as Queen leaves in Land Rover to go to Castle and Fishermen's Jetty for departure. Crowd shot. Fishermen's Pier - Queen walks to receive presentations. Miss Margaret Drysdale on behalf of Holy Island School children presenting piece of pottery made from clay from Holy Island. Queen is presented with willow basket (eg of old island craft revived) from a disabled fisherman Mr J Trough and fresh lobsters from Mr Wilson Harbour Master. Queen walks to boat to return to Britannia. Islanders and Holidaymakers waving. (Orig. Neg.) 90,000 historic films, all SEARCHABLE on YouTube at: Join us on Facebook at: Tweet us @britishpathe FILM ID:2894.18
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
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