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This section is a collection of videos and interactive slideshows about historical buildings in North Mymms.



A virtual tour of St Mary's, North Mymms

 St Mary church North Mymms taken in June 2015 Image by the North Mymms History Project released under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0
For those not able to visit North Mymms parish church, this site now has a virtual three dimensional tour of the inside of St Mary's. The interactive slideshow highlights many of the historical features of the church. To use this 3D slideshow first click on the play button on the middle. Once the video is loaded you can choose to explore St Mary's in 'dollhouse' or 'floorplan' view. Click on any marker to reveal details about the item on display.



A virtual tour of North Mymms Place

Auctioneer, Sworders, produced a video for the sale of items at North Mymms Place. The video was uploaded in February 2018 to promote an auction in April 2018. From the Sworders site: "Situated in the Hertfordshire countryside, just four miles from Hatfield and six from St Albans, is one of Britain’s finest Jacobean homes - North Mymms Park (* sic). And on the 17th and 18th April 2018, Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers will sell its primary contents at the Stansted Mountfitchet Salerooms." (* Place)



North Mymms Amateur Dramatic Society

This video provides a reminder of the activities and energy of the former North Mymms Amateur Dramatics Society. Shot in 1964, it was directed and edited by John Colville. Originally a cine film, it's was transfered to VHS and now digitised. Photographer and local historian, Mike Allen, loaned his copy to The Brookmans Park Newsletter so that it could be shared with the community.



The history of North Mymms

A documentary produced by the former North Mymms Local History Society in 1986 about the parish of North Mymms has been digitised and is now available to watch and download via YouTube. The film was made by the late Hugh Baddeley, and it was loaned to local historian, Mike Allen, to digitise and make available online for the benefit of the local community. The narration is by Phil Elgar.



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