A hundred weight of ice-cream was the gift for the Queen when she visited Britain's Dairy Show, in London, October 23.
S.V.PAN QUEEN WITH EARL DE LA WARR PASSING CAMERA.
S.C.U. QUEEN IS INTRODUCED TO OFFICIAL AT THE CATTLE STAND.
G.V. QUEEN LOOKING AT COWS.
L.V. COW IN FOREGROUND, QUEEN LOOKING ON IN BACKGROUND.
S.V. COWS PARADING.
S.V. QUEEN AT CHEESE STAND.
S.C.U. QUEEN TASTES CHEESE.
S.V. QUEEN MEETS DAIRY QUEENS.
S.C.U. DAIRY QUEENS TALKING TO QUEEN.
S.V.PAN FROM QUEEN TO YOUNG PIGS.
S.V. QUEEN IS INTRODUCED TO MR. J. D. O. KNOWLES, IN FOREGROUND DAIRY COW CAKE FOR CHEAM SCHOOL, MADE OF ICE CREAM.
S.V. QUEEN THANKS OFFICIALS AND WALKS AWAY.
C.U. QUEEN WALKING THROUGH EXHIBITION.
Initials D.C./CW A.W./P.B.
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Background: A hundred weight of ice-cream was the gift for the Queen when she visited Britain's Dairy Show, in London, October 23.
The ice-cream, in the shape of a dairy cow on a cake, decorated with Prince of Wales feathers, was given to her by the British Dairy Farmers' Association.
It was destined for the Prince Charles's school, Cheam. "They will enjoy that at Cheam," said the Queen.
The Queen, who wore a suit of pale beige with a mink collar, was received by the President of the British Dairy Farmers' Association, Earl de La Warr, and honorary show director, Thomas Palmer.
She spent an hour and a quarter at the exhibition, watched a parade of prize cattle, inspected the pigs, saw carcasses of veal and bacon, accepted a bore' of Scottish Cheddar cheese, which she said was excellent, and accepted a blue Stilton cheese.