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This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Bill Taylor, produced by Kathleen Beedles, and directed by Henry Foster. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.
IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
Diane Blackstock Elizabeth Estensen
Thursday 1 July 7 - 7.30pm ITV1.
Charity is stunned when Tom sweeps her off her feet with the ultimate offer of commitment.
is left angry by Shelly’s change of heart about a life abroad.
Chas follows Charity’s lead and falls for a King.
Tom proposes to Charity
Sick of Charity’s (Emma Atkins) attempts to make him jealous, Tom (Ken Farrington) irritably tells her to stop playing games, stating that he wants to be with her and she obviously feels the same.
Charity worries that she has blown it after she tells him she wants to be with someone who will trust her above their family. However, her fears are soon put to rest when Tom produces a ring and asks for her hand in marriage. Charity is over the moon.
Shelly (Carolyn Pickles) decides to stand her ground after Steph’s (Lorraine Chase) threatening behaviour the previous day. However, Steph manipulates her into believing she is being unfair to Turner (Richard Thorp) and so Shelly tearfully tells him she cannot go to Spain after all.
Elsewhere in the village, Danny (Cleveland Campbell) is annoyed when Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and Carl (Tom Lister) take his Polaroid camera without asking, especially when they come downstairs giggling, obviously up to no good.