It's pancake day in Ambridge and the competition is on at The Bull. Fallon has some news for Jolene, Rhys is going to be moving back to Wales to take on the role of manager at a new bar. Fallon will not be joining him and they've decided to break up.
Jolene is concerned as the water coming through the tap is a very funny colour. They later discover that a 'Do Not Drink' notice has been issued in the village, causing panic buying at the shop. Alan decides they need to organise a supermarket run in order to get bottled water to the village residents.
The Bull is packed thanks to both the pancake competition and the water crisis. Kenton and Jolene are glad to see everyone enjoying themselves. Fallon talks to Shula and discovers that Dan might need some help organising an event for Sport Relief and she's keen to help.
Jim announces that the water company have reported a burst water main just outside the village which is causing the issues. They will be sending out water bowsers in the morning. The villagers are unhappy but an ever enthusiastic Kenton is quick to rally them again - They haven't drunk the pub dry yet!
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