This colour film with additional sound shows Lindfield's Silver Jubilee festivities with union flags and costumes sporting red, white and blue colours around the village. Event attractions include: a Town Crier; a pipe band; a group of bell ringers at the church; a group gathered to hear reminiscences from one of the village's oldest inhabitants and the unveiling of a new village sign. After the official opening of festivities, with speeches, there is a tree-planting ceremony. A group of young Morris Dancers are seen performing, followed by a sign on a fairground steam organ which reads “Norman Hobbs presents Melodies of Yesteryear”. There are a series of sporting events including a sack race, a skipping race and a gymnastic display. There are various stands at the fete. Floats, marching bands and fancy dress parades go through the streets. Various games include a slippery beam competition over the village pond, stepping on balloons and a Space Hopper race. A raft competion includes a floating vessel from the “Haywards Heath Windmakers Guild”. Inside the local village hall (the King Edward Hall) there are variety acts in Edwardian costumes including full length bathing suits and a Can Can dance. Fireworks and a parade of people carrying torches finish the display. A final title reads: ‘Presented by the society of the preservation of Lindfield”.