Woburn Abbey, Bedfordshire.
High angle of a walk in wardrobe with lots of shelves of socks. C/U of a clock which reads four minutes past seven. Narrator observes that in the rush of the modern world we need to "pull our socks up" where men have to "keep up of fall by the wayside."
Royal Aero Club organises the largest ever gathering of private planes in the country.
A family without a garden of their own visit the Duke of Bedford's at Woburn Abbey.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for stories featured in CP 449.
A new pop group, Marshall Scott Etc, perform their first record, 'Same Old Feeling', beside Woburn Abbey.
Wonderful '60s fashions with bells on are modelled in the grounds of Woburn Abbey.
Fabulous hippy love-in at Woburn Park - flowers fall from the sky, man!
A new suit to be used by atomic workers is designed.
Old furniture burnt in spectacular bonfire at Woburn Abbey.