A packed stadium watches nuns, nurses and scouts parade in honour of the Empire.
Wembley Stadium, London.
Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught attends school children's Empire Day celebrations.
High angled L/S of an enormous, packed stadium, a brass band plays in front of the stands, a procession of nurses march past. L/S of troops of Girl Guides and Scouts marching around the stadium, panning shot across the stands, hundreds of umbrellas have been opened.
L/S of vicars and choir boys processing across the pitch. Panning shot across the end of a stadium, some of the vicars (bishops, perhaps?) appear to be giving a sermon from a raised platform. L/S of lots of choir boys walking across the pitch from the raised platform.
More panning shots showing all the open umbrellas in the stands. More L/Ss of a vicar leading choir boys across the pitch, a choir master appears to be conducting as they sing. More shots of choir boys, vicars and bishops coming off the raised platform onto the pitch, we see them pass a large Union Jack flying on the pitch. M/S of women in uniform - district nurses? - marching past the Union Jack held up by a soldier. M/S of nuns and nurses passing the soldier holding the flag.
Note: there are no C/U shots of Prince Arthur.
Note: this story appears to be an alternative version of - MONARCHS PRIESTS & PEOPLE from G 1089.