Film ID: YFA 58 JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS AT CLAYTON WEST 1935 Visitor TabsDescription This is a film showing the local Jubilee celebrations of King George V at Clayton West, near Bradford. Title | Jubilee celebrations at Clayton West Title | Decorations at Clayton West A man puts balloons and streamers on a house, and from a wider angle the whole street is shown to be bedecked with bunting and Union Jacks. Title | Judging of Competitions Boys and girls dressed in fancy dress, including a chimney sweep, a gypsy and Tweedledum and Tweedledee are scored by the judges. Title | The Procession The parade begins down the street with a marching band and the children in fancy dress. Title | Members of the Council Four smartly-dressed men walk down the street in front of the band and children, heading past a large house with manicured lawns. Title | The Childrens Sports Running races for boys and girls are shown, before the crowd watches an egg and spoon race. Title | The Children's Sports In what appears to be a different location, there are more running races and a skipping race, for which the girls are handed sweets and prizes. Title | Clayton West Procession The parade is led by a marching band, many of whom are wearing overcoats. A horse-drawn carriage carries the May Queen and her maids of honour. There is a banner reading "British Work People" before floats and a toddler riding a pony. The four council members wear rosettes and march at the front of the procession, followed by children in fancy dress, and the film ends.