Siobhán moves in to her new flat and Lynda prepares for a party to celebrate her return to the Hall.

Radio Times: Siobhán faces the future.

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  • Betty and the village will miss Siobhán but she won’t be far away. Lynda tries to engage her in opposing the new housing proposals – 25 six bedroom houses and only 4 starter homes but she’s not interested.
  • It’s moving day. Siobhán will miss the village but you can’t look back. She realises now Ambridge was a bit of a romantic dream. Elizabeth remembers what that was like with Cameron Fraser. It’s not the place that makes you happy, it’s the people.
  • The Bishop tries to explain to Janet that she didn’t get the job because they were looking for a family man. Janet isn’t impressed. She could care for families too. Maybe a job closer to home in the same diocese would suit better. There are 3 at the moment. He’ll look them out for her.
  • Lynda is throwing a party on Sunday to say thank you to all the villager who helped over the flood. She tries to motivate George to take some action on the housing campaign but it looks like it’s going to Janet who’s the mainstay of the campaign.

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