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About this archive
Date 1924
Duration 00:01:33
Film type Black & White / Silent
Production Professional
Genre Newsreel
Company Topical Budget

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Title details

Summary Topical Budget film about Ashbourne's Shrove Tuesday football match between the Uppies and the Downies.
Description Briefly we see the Duke of Devonshire in a parade heading to the start of the match. This is followed by views of the annual Shrovetide football match played in Ashbourne with snow on the ground. The match continues through the River Henmore.
Credits No Credits Specified
Tags Intangible Cultural Heritage, Leisure Time Activities

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