Outsiders come in 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the race for the 'Cambridgeshire' at Newmarket.
Travelogue item showing Huntingdon, including shots of GIs stationed there.
Children are given calves to look after to interest them in farming.
Children angling competition in Cambridgeshire.
Women from the Royal Air Force pack parachutes at Duxford, Cambridgeshire.
In Cambridge, taxis give instructions over radio where to collect the customers.
Huge radio telescope seen at the Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory.
Radio telescope erected near Cambridge helps the scientists to locate the stars too far away to see.
Prince Charles flying small aeroplane at airbase in Oakington, Cambridgeshire.
Mr J. W. Shillan practices racing his motorboat on the River Ouse, and matches the speed of the trains on the track beside it.
Powerful telescopes and observation planes enable clearer view of space objects and eclipse.
Four-year-old Jackie Overhill swims and dives into an open-air swimming pool.
Sixteen-year-old Josie Simpson shows us her skill as a water diviner.
Santa Claus comes to an air base. Crews and staff help repair toys and dolls for needy children.
A Game Fair with lots of country sports including dog trials, clay pigeon shooting and falconry.
Shots of a wrecked steam train at Shepreth in Cambridgeshire.
Ceremony conferring the freedom of the borough to the Cambridgeshire County Regiment.
Cambridge's 'May Eight' rowing week is opened by a mop fight between students in punts.
Good footage of Alms Houses in Stowbridge and Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire.
The horse 'Raymond' wins the Cambridgeshire race at Newmarket.
Horse racing at Newmarket, includes rare glimpse of young Prince Monolulu.
Athletics competition at Cambridge.
Item showing village of Bottisham where mine training camp is situated. Cambridge.
Centuries of beauty and tranquillity preserved - Cambridge travelogue.
Dan Bulger wins the Cambridgeshire Stakes by two lengths.
Unwanted cats live in luxury kennels at an animal home near Cambridge.
Civil Defence troops demonstrate rescue methods and emergency feeding at their rally.
Europe's largest malting factory in operation at Bury St. Edmunds, Cambridgeshire.
Once a year the people of Sawston get to pick peas from a field for free.
The St. Neots quads are 21 - so they throw a party for other England's quads.