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Jazzer asks distracted Ed to go to The Bull at lunchtime but Ed declines. Joe's sad when Ed says that he and Fallon have split up. Jazzer's really cross with Ed when he discovers the news. He tries to persuade Ed to get Fallon back but Ed refuses. Jazzer knows it's because of Emma and tells Ed she's trouble and to stay away.

Brian's not coping well with taking a back seat during harvest. Jazzer signs for a delivery: boxes containing Siobhan's memorial bench. Unhappy Jennifer welcomes Peggy's arrival so they can leave. Jennifer has a meeting with the conservation expert at Felpersham University.

Peggy tells Jennifer she's not having a party for Jack's birthday, as he couldn't cope. Jennifer thinks Jack's lucky to have Peggy. Stopping to talk to Joe, Jennifer says Lynda has expressed concern over Joe offering lifts for ten Teas, when hers are five. Joe justifies it by saying his rides are more environmentally friendly.

Peggy quizzes Jennifer about the atmosphere when she arrived at the house. She's horrified to hear about the bench. Jennifer's relieved it's a bench and not a statue and says at least that woman might be some use after her death.

Episode written by Keri Davies.

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15 minutes

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Tue 8 Jul 2008 14:00

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