- Sean O'Connor
Tom tells David that he'd like to keep pigs in the empty barn but it wouldn't meet organic standards. He's also thinking of growing fodder crops.
David asks Tony about his store cattle idea. Tony's emphatic that Tom needs to remember he's not the only farmer but admits events with Helen have taken over.
Jolene encourages Eddie to bring Clarrie to the Valentine's dinner. Bookings have been slow, and Jolene admits it's mainly the likes of Eddie and Clarrie, couples who've been married for years. Jolene reminisces about their younger days, and he recalls when she was the Lily of Leighton Cross. Eddie suggests they hold an alternative Valentine's evening upstairs, for the younger crowd. Jolene likes the idea.
Tom and Kirsty look round Cathridge Hall. It's amazing but expensive, and Kirsty is relieved it's not available. Tom wants her to stop worrying, and suggests moving their wedding date. Kirsty won't budge on that but agrees to look elsewhere. She also agrees they should think about their future home, but doesn't want it to be on Bridge Farm.
Eddie talks to Ed about Holly staying at Will's. Ed's not happy but assures Eddie he won't go storming in. He's going to box clever.
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