William Marshall talks about the lack of cars in the 1950s accompanied by footage of streets in his home town of Worthing. Dennis Miller talks about witnessing the Worthing Fire Engine leaving to attend a fire and 'flying round corners'. Early footage of Worthing fire brigade accompanies his recollections. Viv Gander talks about the railway crossing with roof-top footage of the crossing gates closing and cyclists and cars racing through before they close. Viv then goes on to talk about going to Peter Pan's Playground as a young child, voiced over colour footage of children playing on the slide and the model castle at the playground. Alan Kumm narrates archive footage of a Punch and Judy show on Worthing beach and the seafront paddling pool with its motor boats and rowing boats. He remembers them calling out "Come in number three, your time is up".