Jill's delighted for Amy, who's now a qualified midwife. She has job interviews lined up in Birmingham and Felpersham. Alan's keen on Felpersham, as Amy could live at home.
Alan's surprised to see Pat at church. She's after a bit of spiritual uplift after a trying week. Jill's pleasantly surprised to see Kenton there, but stunned and delighted when Pip steps up to the organ to play Phil's favourite Advent hymn 'Waiting For A Wonder'. Pip doubts she'll be able to keep on playing the organ when she's at university. She's keen on Felpersham's Agriculture and Farming Business Management course. Alan notes she really does take after her granddad.
Amy finds Pat in the churchyard, at John's grave. Pat tells Amy that Helen's not finding pregnancy as straightforward as she'd hoped. Helen blames herself for her baby being small for dates, even though it's not necessarily a worry. Pat accepts Amy's kind offer to drop in on Helen for a chat.
Nigel misses the service to stay at the antiques fair and support Lewis. He's pleased to hear Pip played wonderfully. Jill tells Nigel he'll make a terrific dame in the panto. She thinks it's an inspired piece of casting.
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