Blind from St. Dunstan's enjoy themselves on river.
Blind people from St Dustan's enjoy themselves on river.
Flash frame titles (negative and back to front) read: 'HEROES EVERY ONE! - Despite their affliction, our blinded heroes at St. Dunstan's enjoy themselves on the river as usual.'
Location of events unknown - somewhere in England.
Group of men in suits and ties approach, walking through a park with bare trees on a rainy day. Side view as they pass each with arm stretched out on shoulder of man in front. Two more follow; arm in arm.
Shot of blind man (this one a wounded World War One veteran with several military medals pinned to jacket) climbing into small rowboat; he feels around for the oars. Another man gets in facing him. A pole gives them a shove off. Back view of someone helping an old man into one of the boats; a woman gets in with him; man on dock gives boat a push.
Recreation; amusement; fun; disabilities; sight; medical; First World War veterans.