We see a group of civil defence personnel emerging from their headquarters. We then cut to the exterior of an Atkinson's pub and two of the men enter. We then see a group standing outside raising pint glasses for the camera. The men and women of the civil defence are then seen assembling in a yard and then marching to Malvern Park. In the park we see a drumhead service led by a vicar. Finally we see the civil defence staff leaving a church.
No credits specified
This is the third film with similar credits although missing the credit for film-maker H. T. Lavender. It has been suggested that this film shows a drumhead service to mark the end of the war in Europe (VE Day) and was held in Malvern Park on 13 May 1945.