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Caroline's in her office trying to ease some back pain when Lynda reports someone has claimed the watch. Lynda spots Caroline doesn't seem well. She calls Oliver, who escorts Caroline home.

As Susan helps Jennifer with final touches for the swishing event, they discuss Lilian and Brenda. Susan feels Brenda's being irresponsible, giving up her job at Amside and going travelling. Oliver arrives to take Caroline's place at the event. Caroline has made an appointment with the doctor for tomorrow.

The swishing raises lots of money. Having covered for Caroline, Lynda arrives late for the event. She's keen to put some money in to show her support but Oliver insists she doesn't pay anything. Susan makes a faux pas, inadvertently criticising a garment of Lynda's, thinking it was from Sabrina Thwaite.

Jennifer's delighted to announce that they've received a generous donation of £15K towards the organ repairs. It's from Curtis Tring, from Connecticut, a relative of real old Borsetshire character Zebedee Tring. Jennifer reminds everyone to book for the next fundraiser, a silent film night.

As people leave, Jennifer asks after Caroline. Oliver doesn't know what's wrong but worries that she's been overdoing it at work. He just hopes she hasn't done any lasting harm.

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Thu 18 Jul 2013 14:00


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