Duke of Edinburgh visits boys' clubs in Wapping and Kennington.
Title reads: "Duke tours his club".
Wapping and Kennington, London.
Exterior at night of Wapping Boys Club. Interior. Various shots of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, speaking to club officials and boys. Some are standing beside a billiards table. One of the boys wears a sharp looking suit and has short hair like a mod.
Exterior of another boys' club: "Christchurch (Oxford) United Clubs" at the Kennington Oval. Interior: boys working in the gym, on trampoline, gymnastic horse, etc. M/S of boy somersaulting over the horse. M/S of Duke talking to group of boys round the trampoline. M/S of boy bouncing on the trampoline. M/S of Duke watching a black boy skipping, the Duke signals with his hands, encouraging the boy that he wants the boy to skip faster. The black boy tries to skip but he trips and falls. The Duke laughs and then steps over to speak to the boy. Panning C/U of group of young club members looking very mischievous. Duke amongst the boys as they show him a canoe they are building.
According to narrator there is a plan to open more London Federation Boys' Clubs. Narrator comments: "The sooner the new clubs are built, the better. More of this and a big part of the teenage problem with cease to exist".
Note: newspaper article and other contemporary documentation relating to this story on file.