Admiral Earl Jellicoe receives Freedom of the Borough of Hastings and unveils a War Memorial in Preston.
Full titles read: "Admiral Earl Jellicoe - receives Freedom of the Borough of Hastings."
Hastings, East Sussex.
Brief M/S of Admiral Earl Jellicoe inspecting Naval troops at Hastings. L/S of a section of the crowds.
Intertitle (new story? It may not belong to this issue.): "Lord Jellicoe - unveils Preston's beautiful new War Memorial."
M/S of a procession of military men and clergymen, led by Lord Jellicoe and the Mayor of Preston (?), moving slowly along a road away from a war memorial. A policeman stands by a section of the crowd in the foreground. L/S of Lord Jellicoe unveiling the memorial; he pulls a large Union Jack flag from the memorial to reveal a tall sculptured figure. M/S of the figure; it looks like a woman holding a wreath in each hand.
Note: for search purposes - Lord John Rushworth Jellicoe.