George Baker sings "The Floral Dance" at the piano - intercut with shots of the eponymous dance.
Full story title reads: "And now for a rollicking song from George Baker the well-known Baritone of Radio, Gramophone and Concert renown in "The Floral Dance."
M/S of George Baker at the piano. He plays along as he sings "The Floral Dance." Various views of him at the piano. He is in a set representing a drawing room. There are a few flowers on display.
Intercut with George is a shot of a marching band leading a parade (possibly a May Day parade). Girls dressed in white dance along. Another dancing group is seen - this time adults. The men wear top hat and tails, the ladies tea dresses and cloche hats. They walk along a pathway and the girls do a twirl. High angle shots of couples and children dancing during their parades.
This may possibly be the "Floral Dance" of the title which according to the song is a Cornish tradition. Perhaps the dancing sections were filmed in Cornwall.
I like Terry Wogan's version better.