The Tribe at Number Ten


Carol Rogers’ mother looked after the invalid Mr Rogers and Gran for many years until they passed over. Now Carol is encouraging her mother to build a social life. But then widower Mr Thomson and his five children move into the street. Carol is worried at the way Mum is getting involved in looking after them when she is just building her social life and does not want her mother to get ideas about marrying Mr Thomson.



  • Writer: Alison Christie (Fitt)
  • Artist: Guy Peeters


  • The Tribe at Number Ten –  Mandy:  #955 (4 May 1985) – #968 (3 August 1985)


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