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IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
Edna Birch Shirley Stelfox
FRIDAY 14 MAY 2004 7.00 TO 7.30PM ITV1
The Kings and the villagers square off as the battle for the cricket pitch reaches its conclusion.
3ack's loyalties are torn as he tries to make peace with Robert - to Andy's fury.
Knives are drawn in the kitchen as Marlon and Carlos clash.
As the Kings survey the cricket pitch and plan their housing estate, the villagers watch in horror as they realise there’s little they can do to stop the bulldozers from moving in.
However, Jarvis (Richard Moore) finds something interesting in the parish deeds that might mean the survival of the cricket pitch. Fired up, he quickly gathers the locals in preparation to confront the Kings.
Will the newly found information be enough to get the Kings’ men to down tools or will the village’s cricket pitch be transformed into a building site?
Meanwhile, Jack (Clive Hornby) is feeling down after seeing his family torn apart over the recent weeks. Turner offers him a little advice, telling him he is going to have to offer the first olive branch and reminding him of his own turbulent relationship with Steph (Lorraine Chase).
Jack later sees Robert (Karl Davies) in the village and, deciding to bite the bullet, invites him over for dinner. With so much water under the bridge, Robert is taken aback at first, but gladly accepts Jack’s offer.
Too many cooks spoil the broth – and in Marlon’s case it’s chowder. He becomes increasingly annoyed when Carlos seems to be taking over his kitchen as they prepare their fish spectacular.