Peggy offers some advice and it's stalemate at Bridge Farm
Tom helps Tony get the Angus cows that are up for sale tested for TB. Later, Tom tells Pat and Tony about the plot of land near Waterley Cross he thinks they should buy. They have the capital and it’s a good site for expanding the agroforestry. But Johnny voices some concerns about making the investment in the current economic climate. Pat and Tony want to think it all over. Meanwhile they feel buoyed by the outlook at Bridge Farm with Helen, Tom and Johnny all involved. Later, Tom and Johnny talk about their difference of opinion when it comes to buying a new plot of land. Tom thinks Pat and Tony will side with Johnny but says it won’t come between them.
Jill tells Peggy all about her new friend, Leonard. She tells Peggy that he makes her feel young again but she is worried about what people might think. Peggy remembers what it was like when she and Jack Woolley married. She wishes she’d said yes to him sooner. Jill describes the reaction of her children to Leonard. She really wants them all to like him but she’s not sure about Elizabeth who was subdued when she met him. After her chat with Peggy, Jill leaves a message for Elizabeth – she’d like to come and see her tomorrow.