The film opens with a woman dressed in a UK dark blue Girl Guides uniform walking around a garden; she is carrying a a long branck as a walking pole, backpack and a holdall.
The film cuts to the World Guide Camp at Windsor Great Park; flags from various nations can be seen flying atop of two towers at the grand entrance. Close-up of a ornate centenary plaque at the entrance reads: "Windsor, Berkshire 1857-1957". The camera follows two women walking through the camp in national dress, followed by shots of performances by different groups in national dress, some with musical instruments and props on a stage. Shots of a procession of Girl Guides forming a parade, with marching band, all dressed in what appears to be Girl Guide uniforms from different periods and nations.
A series of group gathers of campers dressed in different national costumes; a large audience outside a marquee watch dances and other performances on a small raised stage. The film concludes with general shots of the campsite tents and visitors.