This film is a record of the scheme to provide water from the River Derwent to Sheffield and other Yorkshire cities. This is possibly a promotional film for the project.
This is a reprint made in 1979 of a film originally made in 1932 to mark the centenary of the Royal Hospital in Sheffield. The film presents a full day in the life of the hospital showing every aspect of hospital work, from the delivery of food to various treatments and operations.
This film features an educational demonstration in Sheffield to late primary or early secondary school students about how to properly care for their teeth. The exhibition space is decorated with posters outlining proper dental care as well as features demonstrations using a dentist’s chair and tools.