Videos

The Old Cements

A short video made for the Ted Lewis Centre about Barton's own 'father of Britnoir', Ted Lewis' relationship with the abandoned Skelsey's Adamant Cement Works, "The Old Cements" growing up in Barton Upon Humber.

Scunthorpe or Gateshead?

A short video made for the Ted Lewis Centre about Barton's own 'father of Britnoir' and the choice to film 'Get Carter' in Newcastle and Gateshead instead of the original Scunthorpe.

We're there now. By Love Village.

Love Village brings you another slice of Cinematic Musical Creations, with "We're there now" The DNA Match that Get Carter does not want to meet. This video was not made for commercial purposes, and is only a novelty.

The Ted Lewis Centre - Barton Upon Humber - Documentary

View this short documentary about the The Ted Lewis Centre in Barton Upon Humber. Find out all about the centre and what it has to offer as well as taking in some beautiful shots of the Humber Bridge and the little town Ted called home.