Customers bring paper for wrapping goods, flowers in a lamp post and army tent pegs made.
Titles read: "CINETOPICALITIES IN BRIEF".
Various locations of events.
C/U of hand-written sign reading: "Will Customers Please Bring Their Own Paper". Commentator talks of paper rationing. A woman customer being served in a butchers shop hands the butcher a piece of newspaper from a bundle tied to her waist so that he can wrap her meat in it. M/S of her walking along a street with the paper bundle on her waist. (Location not specified - somewhere in England!)
A girl in a village climbs up a ladder and waters some flowers she has planted in a lamp post. The lamp is not being used because of the blackout. (Location not specified - somewhere in England!)
At Burnham Beeches in Buckinghamshire we see beech wood being felled and sawn, then crafted into tent pegs by Albert Carter. Thousands of finished pegs are shown stacked, ready for delivery to the Army. "The war brings into prominence the ancient craft of tent peg making" says commentator.