Practically the whole town of Ashbourne in Derbyshire takes part in a traditional football match through the streets. Chaos ensues as there are no rules.
Flower petals are used to make decorative pictures for the well dressing ceremony in Eyam, Derbyshire.
Baden-Powell inspects Scouts in Derbyshire.
Weekend rally of gliders at Great Hucklow, Derbyshire.
Shots of glider taking off. Great Hucklow, Derbyshire.
Various shots of Hardwick Hall.
Hill climbing competition in Derbyshire.
Lord and Lady Scarsdale join in the upkeep of their stately home, Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire.
Scenes from Derbyshire as people enjoy the Winter Snowfall.
Derby Cathedral and the new Bishop.
Rescuers make last, unsuccessful, bid to free man trapped in Peak Cavern in Castleton.
An item showing Bakewell town centre on a very rainy day.
Derbyshire secondary school has 26 twins amongst their pupils.
Wreckage of two trains after head on collision. Chesterfield, Derbyshire.
Opening of Canadian Hospital at Buxton by Duke and Duchess of Devonshire.
Travelogue item showing River Dove, popular tourist resort in Derbyshire.
Nice footage of a steam train which carries only milk winding its way through the countryside.
Ancient football game in the town of Ashbourne where men struggle with a ball along a river.
People play football through the town of Ashbourne in Derbyshire, it is a tradition during Lent.
Twice a year the men of Ashbourne play football through the streets of the town.
Item showing an automated mica factory in Derby. Derbyshire.
A family in Derbyshire mines a precious rock known as Blue John.
Canadian soldiers take part in sports in Buxton, Duchess of Portland attends. Derbyshire.
Informative item about how a railway carriage is made and assembled. Derby, Derbyshire.
An item about the dying craft of rope making.
Continental caravaners meet at a Caravan Club Rally to compare souvenirs and act European.
A look at the lovely countryside around Ashford and the Goyt valley in Derbyshire.
A village flooded under the Ladybower Reservoir appears above the water during a drought.
British soldiers blow up a derelict bridge in Derbyshire - just for practice.