An impending V.I.P. visit causes bustle in an English village, while the Ellis family struggles with private problems.
This film was not successful at the box office, resulting in a loss to RKO of $232,000 ($3.2M in 2018) according to studio records.
Miss Jane Tyndale:
I wonder why Denley was chosen.
Mrs. Nora Mumford: You wonder? Because we're a great success, that's why. We're a community working together with no orders from anybody but ourselves. We're a working village that's made itself, as Miss Allen said, a powerful ...
Mrs. Liz Ellis: Bravo ...
Towards the end when Flora Robson is talking Eric Portman into seeing Eleanor Roosevelt's visit to the village, she places her hand on his right shoulder, then her hand is on the top of his arm and then back on his shoulder again.
At the very end, there is a dedication to the womens institutes, in appreciation for the contributions they have made to the war effort through their crafts.