Christpher Richardson-Brand Collection
Christopher is recording our British heritage, before too much of it disappears forever due to external influences. He has produced DVD’s about many of the major events which took place in Morecambe.
In 2014 he produced, “2014 An Eventful Year for Morecambe”and “Hidden Lancaster”, a behind the scenes look at this historic city. He has also staged several sell out public shows telling of the beauty and heritage of the area, as well as producing international videos.
From 2003 he moved back to Lancashire and produced a whole series of award winning videos about the area.
Also, he shadowed the Queen’s Guide to the Kent Sands (Morecambe Bay) for the whole of 2013 and a two hour DVD called “The Legendary Cedric Robinson MBE” has been released to coincide with a Gala Tribute which Christpher organized in his honour to celebrate his fifty years of being the guide, his 80th birthday and his fifty third wedding anniversary in October 2013.
2020 saw the completion of “DISCOVERING WYREDEAN” about the beautiful WYRE VALLEY AND THE FOREST OF DEAN. Sadly, because of coronavirus, he had still not been able to launch by 2021. See also www.heritagevideoproductions.co.uk for more of his recent films .
Chrisopher’s research papers are available for viewing by appointment at the Morecambe Heritage Centre, and include a selection of material relating the production of his award winning videos about Morecambe, and the surrounding area.
Morecambe Heritage Centre has a number of DVD titles available for sale at £9.99 from the Christopher Richard Brand collection-please contact the Heritage Centre for a list of available titles:
You can view a short five minute sampler passage from the available titles here.
Some of Christopher’s works are available to view below:
A tribute to Cedric Robinson MBE
Cedric Robinson MBE (born 17 February 1933 in Flookburgh) was the Queen’s Guide to the Sands, the recognised guide for travellers across the dangerous tidal sands of Morecambe Bay in north west England, for 56 years.
A video that explores some of the hidden gems in and around Lancaster.
In Times Past-of ancient monks, Viking fishing, and slaves
A history of Morecambe, and the surrounding area.
Her Majesty the Queen unveils the Eric Morecambe Statue July 23rd 1999
A statue of comedy legend Eric Morecambe has been unveiled by the Queen, bringing a little sunshine to his home town. Thousands of fans lined the promenade in the comic’s home town of Morecambe in Lancashire to watch the unveiling of the larger than life-sized bronze figure.
Carnforth, canals and the 40th Anniversary of the end of steam trains
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