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An appeal on behalf of THE HIGHWAY CLUBS by CHRISTOPHER STONE , D.S.O.,
The seven Highway Clubs are named after the once notorious Rat-cliff Highway, and serve the district between the Tower and RatclifT Cross through which it ran. They provide opportunities for many things which are often denied to the young workers in great cities-for games, sports and hobbies, camps, holidays, and convalescence ; for cultural and intellectual interests; for friendship, loyalty, and service. Their purpose is to create communities whose members can themselves enjoy greater fullness of life and become men and women who will make a saner and happier world. The main part of the membership of more than a thousand consists of boys, girls, and young men and women between fourteen and twenty-five.
Just when schemes were in hand for extending Club and Camp work, three buildings have been unexpectedly doomed to demolition. Last year, members contributed £2,500, and friends outside gave £3,200, but this did not suffice for maintenance and left nothing for the rebuilding on which the Clubs' very existence depends, and which must cost at least £15,000.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].


Unknown: Christopher Stone
Unknown: Christopher Stone

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