Fallon jokingly chastises Kenton for stealing her staff, then tells him to get going while she serves a gorgeous customer - who turns out to be Harry the milkman. Fallon tells Harry about the single wicket competition. Harry's keen to play but resentful Jazzer points out that the rules state he has to live in the village. Fallon asks Jazzer what his problem is. Harry's nothing like he described.
Joe's at the village hall, but not to vote. He wants more bids for his lucky dip auction. Everyone seems to have heard that he's raising money for a new bench for the churchyard.
Kenton hopes to win some old car parts to use as wall art for Jaxx. Jim is horrified but gets his revenge by successfully bidding on a garden gnome, to display as a mascot. Jazzer sneakily bids on behalf of Harry.
Oliver's disappointed not to win the mangle. Joe explains he couldn't bear to part with it. To Jazzer's dismay, Harry's delighted to win a set of dumbbells and thanks Jazzer for entering on his behalf.
Oliver suggests Joe can put a plaque on the bench, to say it was donated by the Grundys - a fitting tribute to the oldest family in Ambridge.