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Production Credits :-
Aaron Livesy Danny Webb
Date: Friday 20 February Time: 7:00pm to 7:30pm
Subtitled, Widescreen, Audio-described
Airing on the ITV1 Network
Chas (Lucy Pargeter) is keen to keep her son Aaron (Daniel Webb) entertained, having finally sorted out their differences. Determined to prove her status as domestic goddess, Chas decides to bake him a cake.
After several catastrophes in the kitchen, Chas vents her anger when Aaron wanders in, clearly unimpressed by her efforts. An argument ensues and Chas is deeply offended when Aaron rejects her as his real mother. She loses her rag and slaps him across the face.
Aaron cries out in shock and Chas is immediately regretful, but her son runs off just as Louise (Emily Symons) enters and sees what has happened.
Scott (Ben Freeman) convinces Zoe (Leah Bracknell) to make Carl (Tom Lister) manager of Tate Haulage, although she is not convinced he is up to the job. Scott later offers him the position, including benefits of free accommodation in the village.
Little does Scott know that on the first day on the job, Carl is up to no good behind their backs, as he rifles through the filing cabinets when no one is looking. What are the new employee’s motives?
Elsewhere in the village, the locals begin to prepare the Woolpack for Laurel’s (Charlotte Bellamy) leaving do. A raucous night of karaoke is planned to give the dizzy cleaner the send off she deserves.