- Pam of Pond Hill (writer Jay Over, artist Bob Harvey)
- Wildflower Wonderland (feature)
- Spirit of the Lake (artist Phil Townsend, writer Benita Brown?)
- Rinty ‘n’ Jinty
- Gaye’s Gloomy Ghost (artist Hugh Thornton-Jones)
- The Venetian Looking Glass – (artist Phil Gascoine)
- Alley Cat
- Toni on Trial (artist Terry Aspin)
- Sports Pages – Suzanne Dando; Winning Ways 10 (writer Benita Brown)
- White Water – (artist Jim Baikie)
- Tearaway Trisha – (artist Andrew Wilson)
- Sandwich Crunch – feature
In Pam of Pond Hill, the school dinner dilemma has gotten worse, not better, with the departure of Mrs Harvey. Mrs Bounty refuses to return, and the temps are producing dinners that are completely inedible.
Talk about life (or death?) imitating art – Karen discovers that when she was alive, her phantom coach starred in a movie where she played a ghost who haunted a lake and taught a child to skate. Now she’s doing it for real as the “Spirit of the Lake”.
The ghost that haunts the “Venetian Looking Glass” forces Lucy to rip up her cousin Rosalind’s embroidery. And she doesn’t even remember what happened afterward.
Resident ghost Sir Roger does not think much of Gaye’s disco gear (and it does look kind of ridiculous). He thinks the Elizabethan dress in a portrait is more becoming for her. Gaye is surprised to find that Sir Roger is right – the dress does suit her once she tries it on. What’s more, it comes in dead useful when a thief tries to steal the portrait!
The grandparents won’t allow Toni to go to the celebration party for winning the trophy, because it was at such a party that the cup was found in her mother’s bag and she was branded a thief. Toni goes anyway, but it looks like the grandparents had the right idea after all – Julie is now accusing Toni of stealing the same trophy!
Bridie finds out too late that Jocelyn had tricked her; she feigned trouble to have Bridie come out and rescue her, but things looked the other way around to the campers. And things get even worse when Bridie ends up as Jocelyn’s servant and at her beck and call all the time.
Trisha goes to a cycling show, and is picking up tips from the performers themselves. But she gets more than she bargained for when the female performer nips off just before a performance to get some food (naughty, naughty!) and the other performers ask her to fill in.