Scenic shots of the river Stour near Canterbury. Pretty buildings, weavers, reflections in river etc.
No title. L/S of part of the river Stour near Canterbury. In the distance there is a building built over the river, two little archways let the river pass underneath and the building is reflected in the water.
L/S of another building over the river, this one actually looks like it is a house. M/S of part of a church or other religious building on the river's edge. "At King's Bridge, the quaint ancient timbered houses - " C/U of beautiful timbered buildings with floral window boxes right on the river's edge.
"Here work the Canterbury weavers, who have revived the craft of the original 16th Century Flemish settlers." M/S of a woman spinning a wooden frame which has yarn wound around it. C/U of another woman working at a primitive hand spinning machine. M/S of woman at a small loom. C/U of her hands as she passes the bobbin between the warps (or wefts!) M/S of another weaver at work. "The hand-woven materials have their own individuality." C/U of a piece of fabric being shown to the camera. "Like a page from the past." Shot from a window of the timbered buildings seen earlier.
Was an item in Eve's Film Review issue number 432.