Linda and Ricky Golden’s father was on the run after being accused of stealing secret plans from government lab. He was now hiding out in a lighthouse cottage near the kids’ holiday caravan.
- Strange Holiday – Debbie: #488 (19 June 1982) – #494 (31 July 1982)
A series of complete stories about holidays. Such as in
Marion Jackson arrives at sleepy town to help her gran for the holidays. She wishes the village was livelier. Then she finds a mystery with pies and meets baker Mike, the pies are being ate by young runaway Willie Tomkins
- Each story had individual title with the “a holiday to remember” subtitle, except for The Stranger’s Secret which had no subtitle.
- Appropriately the series ran during the Summer.
- Various artists including Terry Aspin
- A Holiday to Remember – Debbie: #177 (3 July 1976) – #184 (21 August 1976) [no episode in issue #179]
List of Stories
- Beside the Seaside – Debbie: #177
- Too Good to Be True – Debbie: #178
- Sleepy-Town Surprise – Debbie: #180
- A Dream Come True – Debbie: #181 (Art: Terry Aspin)
- The Cottage by the Sea – Debbie: #182
- The Stranger’s Secret – Debbie: #183 (Art: Terry Aspin)
- Susanna’s First Ball – Debbie: #174