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SUMMER PARADE

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A magazine of open-air activity presented for family listening by members of the Younger Generation
This week's compere:
Margaret Jackson of the Girl Guides Association
Come Canoeing
John Morgan camps out with some young canoeists by the River Tamar at Gunnislake in Cornwall and learns how to build a boat and shoot a rapid
Weather or Not
Parade's amateur weather prophet matches his wits against an expert from the Meteorological Office in the first heat of a new forecasting competition
(Continued in next column)
Raising the Rafters
Songs by the Welsh League of Youth
Open Air Quiz
A knock-out contest in outdoor knowledge for the championship of the British Isles, with an open question, set from his experiences in the Caribbean jungle, by cattle-rancher Ross Salmon
Heat 4: North West of England v. Northern Ireland
Question-Master, Jack House

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Unknown: Margaret Jackson
Unknown: River Tamar

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