The film opens with scenes of a camera crew, filming characters dressed in costume for the annual 'Dickens Festival'. A young woman then takes us, the viewer, around the attractions of Broadstairs, including the harbour and the seven bays. Activities available, take the form of swimming at the outdoor pool, games on the beach, donkey rides, trampolining, bowls, mini golf, waterskiing, cricket, and sailing. Events in the town include a horse show and gymkhana, games at the Annual water gala, fancy dress competitions, judging of the Miss Broadstairs beauty contest, and a carnival parade. Evening entertainment in the town takes the form of restaurants, and dancing. Suggested sightseeing around Broadstairs includes neighbouring St. Peters, West Cliff Promenade, Kingsgate castle, North Foreland Lighthouse and trips to Canterbury. The film also emphasises the benefits of Broadstairs as a growing residential town with modern homes, schools and shopping areas. Broadstairs' connections with Charles Dickens ends the film, as it began, with views of 'Bleak House', 'Dickens House' and sights from the Dickens Festival.