Florence Nagle wins the right as a woman to hold a licence to be a race horse trainer.
11 years old boy treats friends with a ride on his genuine Burell traction engine, present from his father.
The whole of Worthing turns out to see the new lifeboat launched.
Joke item about a street that runs from 'The Sun' (pub) to 'The Half Moon' (another pub).
Acid Bath killer George Haigh is brought to Court in Horsham.
Shirley Tate training to be circus performer by doing trick horse riding and on trapeze.
An old game called Stoolball, similar to cricket, is played by Society of Sussex Downsmen.
Prime Minister Attlee inspects an RAF station in Sussex.
Princess Alexandra of Teck opens club for soldiers at Crowborough.
Miss Haskins authoress of a quote used by King George VI in a Christmas Broadcast
Junior and Senior boys from Ardingly College take part in a steeplechase across fields and through brooks. Sussex
Pat Ravenscroft marries Sir Walter de S Barttelot at the pretty village church of Storrington.
Ancient sport of bigling is still not forgotten.
Breeder Margaret Hazelman feeds her pedigree dogs and takes them to the village shop.
Girls at a secondary school have to clean a small flat so they learn to be good housewives.
Vintage fire engine enthusiasts rush to a blazing lorry on a country road.
Funny stuff at a pram race where adults dress as babies and drink pints of beer.
An old wooden hulled warship The Implacable is about to be blown up.
The old and rotting hull of the wooden warship 'Implacable' is destroyed with explosives.
A home for retired and ill donkeys is on show, run by Mr John Lockwood.
Elderly widows living in bungalows near sea in Selsey are forced to pay for new sea wall.
Duke and Duchess of Norfolk returning home after honeymoon.
Cricket match - friendly - at Arundel castle.
Educational camp for evacuees, some good shots of kids in classroom.