Jill throws herself into the protest at the closure of the Happy Friends cafe; the thought that Brian and his friends will soon be tying on the nosebag there when the place becomes a deluxe Duxford dinery makes her blood boil.
The forces of repression in the form of Harrison are called in and Lynda has to put her copy of Crime and Punishment to one side to calm matters down.
Meanwhile Lilian tries to keep Matt and Justin off a war footing, Roy gets enraged when the pickers are picked on and Clarrie attempts to deliver an olive branch. Grief and mourning it seems make emotions run high in the simmering cauldron that is Ambridge in high summer.
Thanks to maggiesaes from the Bowman board