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Robert insists on talking with Leonie. He tells her that her attitude isn't helping the situation with Caz and Lynda. Leonie insists it's Lynda who's causing the problems. Robert won't hear it, and points out that Lynda is the most thoughtful person he's ever met. Eventually Leonie realises she may have been hard on Lynda and agrees to give them space to work things out.

Brenda shows Nigel her leaflets for 'Deck The Hall'. She thinks the fairies will be magical. She's also had an idea about dressing up in Victorian costume over the weekend. Nigel and Elizabeth are impressed with how she's thrown herself into the project.
Vicky can't wait to get started on the kissing boughs but she and Joe are disappointed at their slow progress. Brenda turns up looking for Mike, and shows her leaflets to Joe and Vicky. Vicky tells Brenda that Joe's angling for an invitation to lunch. Brenda points out that he's a Grundy and asks if Vicky's sure about getting involved in the cruck barn event. But the Grundys have been great friends of Mike's for years, so Vicky sees this as the perfect way to get to know them better herself.

Episode written by Carole Simpson Solazzo.

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15 minutes

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Wed 9 Dec 2009 14:00

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