Material relating to newsreel story 'Princess Margaret Tours Lancashire' - 50/27
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MS Princess Margaret on dais with Lord Mayor of Manchester and others. She turns and walks away. LS Princess and Lord Mayor walking through crowds to King George Field for tree planting. MS Margaret ready to plant tree. MS Margaret holding spade listening to instructions. MS Margaret shovelling . CU Margaret and Lord Mayor walking through crowds. MS Pan from nurses and children waving to Margaret and Mayor walking towards. CU Lord Mayor escorting Margaret to her car. CU Margaret shaking hands with people. MS Margaret at Salford Electrical Instruments Limited. CU Margaret walking round machine shop. MS Margaret watching man at work and putting hand over her ears. CU Margaret looking at piece of electrical equipment. Various shots of Margaret being shown round. (4 shots). MS Margaret's car through crowds. MS Margaret cutting sheet of glass inside the glass works at St. Helens. MS Margaret walking through crowds to glass works. (2 shots). MS Margaret standing on dais at the ceremony of laying of foundation stone for the new Trade Hall in Manchester. Margaret speaking. 'My Lord Mayor, ladies and gentlemen, it is a great pleasure to pay this, my first visit to Manchester and to feel the warmth of the welcome with which the citizens of your great city have so kindly received me. I have been very much impressed to read and hear about the notable part, which the Free Trade Hall has played in the life of Manchester. ... I think you have done me a great honour in asking me to commemorate with this stone with the rebuilding of this new hall, which I am sure, is destined to be as vital a centre of civic life as its predecessor. This stone will rest on ground long hallowed by tradition. On these foundations will rise from the ruins a new hall which will be a monument to the glories of the past. More than that, it will be an act of faith in the future and one in which I am delighted to be able to join with my most sincere good wishes. MS Princess presented with a trowel and mallet.