Elsie gets depressed on her birthday. She gets cards from Linda, Dennis, Ena and Bill Gregory and a letter from the landlord putting the rent up 10/- a week. Frank and Christine set the date for 4th May. Florrie wishes him well. Elsie receives an anonymous present through the post - a marquasite watch. Minnie starts to rework her finances to cope with the rent rise. Jed slips extra cash into one of her money tins. Ken tells Christine she's making the biggest mistake of her life in marrying his father. Doing her school project, Lucille reads an old paper cutting of Ena's about a local girl portraying Lady Godiva in the nude in a procession on Rosamund Street in 1930. Swindley organises a PPOP meeting in protest against the rent rise. Ena gets it into her head that he's going to charge her rent for the Vestry and they argue until he and Emily put her right. Sheila does a dance on one of the Rovers' tables when dared to by Jed. Jack is amused but Annie threatens to throw her out. Annie is horrified to discover Ena has kept the paper of her exploits as Lady Godiva.


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