Full title reads: "Brooklands. Our most coveted Air Trophy. 46 pilots - two of them women - in machines of all sizes and speeds, compete in 1,000 mile race for the King's Cup - civil aviation's greatest honour.
A collection of aeroplanes (mostly biplanes) gathered in a field at Brooklands. Their engines are running and pilots and mechanics are walking around. The planes are lined up before they start.
A de Havilland Moth, piloted by Winifred Spooner taxies along the field. C/U Winifred Brown of Manchester smiling from her cockpit. She is wearing a pilot's hat and goggles.
Flying Officer E C T Edwards takes off in his Arrow Active.
Prince George's plane, flown by Flight Lieutenant Armour - a double engined monoplane. The Prince of Wales' plane, flown by Flight Lieutenant E H Fieldden, a Compass Swift with a Gypsy 3 engine. This monoplane takes off.
Captain W L Hope's (a de Havilland) plane comes in to land at the end of the race. Hope's plane is guided by men into position, he is waving from the cockpit. The commentator shouts a greeting 'Hello, Wally".
'Wally' Hope standing in his cockpit answers a few questions. The King's Cup is presented to Hope and a representative of de Havilland. Hope is lifted shoulder high with the trophy and given three cheers.
NB. This is a lovely story - lots of jolly footage.