Upset Lynda has called Alistair in as one of her llamas, Wolfgang, has died suddenly. Alistair recommends sending him for a post mortem to determine the cause of death. Lynda wants to stay with Wolfgang until he's collected. She's having difficulty accepting it. She presses Alistair for a possible reason for his death, but Alistair explains gently there's no point speculating before the post mortem.
Elizabeth finds the latest gallery exhibition at Lower Loxley a little challenging, but overall she's impressed and agrees Lewis was right to bring the artist in. There's a lot of interest in the opening. She's less enthusiastic about her adventure park trip with the children. As a diversion she speaks to Lewis about some ideas she's had for selling parcels of land, but he can see downsides to her suggestions. They'll just have to keep thinking. Neither of them is keen to sell any of it off, but needs must.
Matt and Lilian are looking over the paper mill, admiring its potential for development. Matt hopes their consortium's sealed bid has been pitched right. He'd hate to have put so much work into something only to have it snatched away from him.