Special ! Scottish Church Assembly 1969

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    Special ! Scottish church assembly. Edinburgh, Scotland.

    L/Ss of royal procession make its way through the streets of Edinburgh. The procession is led by the Household Cavalry. M/S of crowd watching from side of street. L/S of royal coach outside cathedral. L/Ss of Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Anne amongst numerous royal guards stand outside the entrance to the cathedral. L/Ss of royal coach with Queen, Duke and Princess Anne inside making its way to the Church Assembly Hall. L/Ss of crowds watching. L/Ss and M/S of robed dignitaries walking in line through courtyard of assembly building.

    M/S of Princess Anne, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Queen exit the royal coach outside Scottish Assembly Hall. They are greeted by various dignitaries. M/S of statue if John Knocks. Angle shot of Queen, Duke and Princess Anne walking through courtyard with other dignitaries. M/S of guards saluting. The Queen and royals walk up steps and enter the building. Pan from right to left of people seated in the hall clapping. L/Ss of the Queen on platform addressing the assembly. She talks about the importance of the church in peoples lives and of the need to look "...forward with hope, with faith and with expectation."

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    01:19:49:00 / 01:22:47:00
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    Religion & Politics War & Revolution
    Finestripe - Queen of Scots The Queen's UK visits
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