RAF Squadron based at Marham in Norfolk receives new colours from the Queen.
Royal plane arriving at Marham. MS.Queen Elizabeth II leaving plane, and is met by RAF dignitaries (including Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk, Col. E.C. Bacon). Queen shaking hands with dignitaries, Air Marshal Sir Dermot Boyle, Air Marshal Sir Harry Broadhurst, Commander-in-Chief of RAF Bomber Command. LS.Queen walking across parade ground, towards group for inspection. (and C.U.) LS.Queen begins to inspect parade. Queen walking from dais towards colours which are leaning across drums. Officer picks up colours. MS.RAF officer presenting colours to Queen, who presents them to standard bearer (Flying Officer Heven). Flying Officer Heven. MS.Standard bearer stepping back after receiving standard. MS.Parade presenting arms. Camera pans across ground to standard bearer who is slow marching towards parade. MS.Queen speaking. Speech starts - and end of speech. MS.Parade giving three hearty cheers (live sound). CU. Band march towards camera, right wheel away followed by colours and parade, and past saluting base.
Rota Lav. (Used in Astra Gazette 38)