Several shots show an archaeology excavation; young people from universities and schools are seen working on the dig, uncovering the remains of Nonsuch Palace, former extravagant country residence of King Henry VIII. Various shots show the huge foundations of the Palace.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for the stories featured in CP 315.
Clay is extracted from man-made pits then turned into powder in St Austell.
Clay pigeon shooting in a field in Perivale, London.
Men go clay pigeon shooting in a forest clearing.
Clay pigeon shooting competition.
An item showing a meeting of the Clay Pigeon Shooting Association. White City, London.
Women learn to shoot clay pigeons. Melbourne, Australia.
Clay works and quarries and satellite dish set in the countryside.