||We see shots of the main road in Ombersley in Worcestershire. There are shots of the Crown and Sandys Arms, the Kings Arms, The Venture In Restaurant, the petrol station and local shops all decorated with bunting and flags in celebration of the Queen's Silver Jubilee.
Next we see shots of jubilee decorations inside Ombersley Memorial Hall and shots of parents arriving with children for an under fives party arranged by the Infant Welfare Clinic and Playgroup. There are shots inside of children and parents sitting in rows of seats and shots of children seated at tables eating party food. We see shots of the Ombersley Jubilee Queen and a Union Jack Cake.
Next we see shots outside Ombersley Court in Ombersley and members of an over 60s club arriving by car and entering the building. Next we see indoor shots of people seated at tables and being served tea. Next we see shots of the Omberlsey Jubilee Queen arriving and presenting guests with prizes from a raffle.
Next we see the intertitle 'Preparations for the Great Day' on 7th June 1977. This is followed by shots of a man putting up bunting and flags outside Ombersley Memorial Hall and shots of people preparing stalls and entertainment in the playing field next to the hall. We see indoor shots of Women's Institute members preparing lunches and men setting up the drinks stall.
We see shots of competition entries for cake, flower arrangement and miniature garden competitions. Next we see shots of Lord Sandys making a speech in an opening ceremony and a list of sports events taking place at the celebrations followed by shots of children taking part in running races. This is followed by shots of people playing stall games including a coconut shy, ten pin bowling and darts.