This is a film of most likely the re-opening of Rotherham Town Square after the pedestrianisation, with a display of country dancing.
This is a film of the consecration of St. Paul’s Church in Old Town, Barnsley.
This is a film of coronation celebrations taking places in various mining villages in South Yorkshire. The film was made by local cinemas looking to promote their films.
A home movie produced by Charles William Carr begins with his family on the beach believed to be at Bridlington followed by views of events taking place as part of the Wickersley Show near Rotherham. A woman and child are filmed in London believed to be during the Festival of Britain when visiting the Tower of London. The final part of the film shows a family group together following a christening.
An amateur film made by Betty Cook of a Royal visit, possibly by Queen Elizabeth II, to RAF Finningley near Doncaster in South Yorkshire where she is attending a military parade. The visit may possibly be related to Betty Cook’s husband Arthur who served in the RAF during World War Two.