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In the Autumn, travelling people camp under permit issued by the Home Mission Committee - this clips includes boys playing bagpipes, cooking on an open fire and tents near their horse drawn caravan. (clip) 
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Title: [HIGHWAYS AND BYEWAYS]
Reference number: 5002
Running time: 4.58 mins
A record of the Church of Scotland's mission work with itinerant people in Scotland, such as travelling people and fruit pickers. Features the Church's work giving food, shelter and medical attention to such people and Mission work on the beach at Port Seton.
See also: Ref 4989.
Shotlist: A moving picture of a moving church going to the people wherever they go; From the workers to the workless....The Church makes no distinction; Tinkers on the road in summer gvs tinkers and their horse drawn caravan But in the Autumn, a more permanent camping ground is sought, near a school; Camping ground granted under permit issued by the Home Mission Committee gvs same, includes boys playing bagpipes, cooking on open fire and tents (2.08) FRUIT GROWING is becoming increasingly important and the Church is interested in the berry pickers gvs crowds of people at berry picking, marquee in background (2.49) Medical students relieving pain, and gaining experience gvs young students applying bandages to arms, heads etc; shots of people giving their old clothes to tinkers (3.20) Church Sisters, happy among so many children gvs same (3.35) Summer populations at seaside and holiday camps PORT SETON The townsman's 'Country Estate' includes shots if caravan site and a big marquee where the 'Church Service' is held (4.26) The crowded sands at seaside resorts afford appreciative audiences gvs Church of Scotland Seaside Mission on beach (4.58)
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