The Tichborne family fulfil an ancient duty and give out flour to the people of Alresford.
Full title reads: "The Tichborne Curse".
Flour is given to the inhabitants of Alresford, Hampshire, on March 25th as a result of a death bed curse in 1150 when the then Lady Mable Tichbourne decreed that the house of Tichbourne would fall unless the ceremony was carried out.
LS A street in Alresford.
CU the post office.
LS A postman on his rounds walks down the garden path of a cottage.
LS the crowd round the entrance to the hall of Tichbourne, listening to a priest giving a Latin benediction.
MS Sir Anthony Doughty Tichborne the 14th Baronet speaking about the custom (nat sound)
MS Flour being emptied from sacks into a box.
MS CU Adults receiving their gallon of flour and children their half gallon each from Sir Anthony.
MS Sir Anthony chatting to locals - his suit is covered in flour.
CU two children dumping their bags of flour into a barrow. CU bags of flour. MS Two children, sacks of flour on their backs walking away from the camera.