British inspirational propaganda film of the rural community of Iwerne Minster, between Shaftesbury and Blandford Forum in Dorset, during the last summer of the First World War.
The film stresses local personalities (some mentioned by name) and details of local life. At the village pump a notice-board is used for newspapers to spread news of the war. Children play round a maypole at the village school, which is used as a cinema in the evenings. Various thatched cottages in the village. Small-scale farming activities at a local farm, including butter-making, a farm show, and an auction where "heifers" (actually mainly bullocks) and rams are exhibited. More small activities, rabbit keeping, bee keeping, hive manufacture and poultry farming. German prisoners of war, still wearing their uniforms, work on the land with the local farmers, cutting down trees and making hay. The film's message is that "we must all pull together and everyone must do their best, then happiness and prosperity will come to our homes".