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09/12/2009

Duration:
15 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 09 December 2009

Jennifer gives Ruth a message for David from Brian for the parish council. She's sure they'll be happy that there's a restrictive covenant on the land to prevent houses being built on it.

Peggy's worried about the state of Jack's shirt, so she's going to do his ironing from now on. She also wants to tell Hazel where Jack is, and appreciates Jennifer's offer to help track her down, even though Jennifer doesn't think Peggy has any obligation to her.

Helen and Ruth discuss Pip's suggestion to have carbon footprint details on their food labels. Helen isn't sure if people are interested enough but agrees they have to try.

Helen's feeling guilty for not spending time with Annette lately and suggests a girly night in. Realising she's cornered, Annette suggests they ask Kirsty too. When the door goes, she's shocked to see it's Leon. Helen's also surprised, but is pleased to see him, especially when he pulls her to him and kisses her. Annette tells Helen she doesn't feel up to socialising and asks if she'd mind going out with Leon so that she can veg out in front of the TV, which is all she feels like doing.

Episode written by Carole Simpson Solazzo.

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