Kirsty turns up for a coffee at Jaxx, forgetting it's closed for renovation. Kenton asks if she knows anyone who'd be good for evening bar work. Kirsty agrees to put up an ad at Ambridge Organics. Kenton likes her attitude - she's the kind of person he needs. Kirsty thanks him, but she's already got her hands full with Ambridge Organics and The Bull.
Eddie's got Joe a pitch at the livestock market selling compost, and Joe soon comes up with a proposition. If Eddie can squeeze a couple of bullocks into the morning sale, there'll be a nice tip in it. That's enough to persuade Eddie to sort it.
As they celebrate their extra income, Joe discusses allowing campers in their field again. If they advertise a few pitches as "back to basics", they can avoid all licensing and planning permission rules and won't have to worry about toilets or water. Eddie starts to soften and agrees to have a re-think.
After visiting the hairdressers, Lilian picks Peggy up from The Laurels. Peggy's clearly distressed and eventually admits that Jack's been holding hands with Violet. Lilian realises this must have been horrible, even though Jack doesn't know what he's doing. Peggy just wants to go home.