Episode 3879
Episode 3879
Production code P694/2879
ITV transmission date 7th July 1995 (Friday)
Story associates Gillian Creswell
Pippa McCarthy
David Millard
Writer Stephen Mallatratt
Designer Christopher Walker
Director Brian Mills
Executive Producer Carolyn Reynolds
Producer Sue Pritchard
Previous episode 5th July 1995
Next episode 10th July 1995


Alma is excited as The Wheatsheaf starts her new menu but she realises that she's needed at the cafe so can't go and check up on it. Audrey goes instead, with Alf. Steve doesn't trust Alec but Vicky tells him that she can handle Alec and make him pay for a big do. Andy finishes his first year at University and is annoyed when all his parents want to talk about is Steve. Ken tells Denise that he'd like to buy No.1 but she isn't keen as he's already lived with another women there. He gets angry and tells her that all he's doing is offering her a home. Audrey passes Alf off as a client come to sample the food. Gareth Jenkins is impressed with everything and recommends Alma to Jeff Bryant. Vicky and Steve set the date - 18th August. Alec is delighted when she agrees to go to Southampton with him to "talk weddings". Tricia refuses to let Denise look round No.1. Alec offers Steve a job as entertainment's officer on a cruise, promising him that he'd soon catch a millionairess. Steve tells him that he doesn't trust him and would never work for him. Denise tells Ken that she is interested in living at No.1 but has to see inside it first. Vicky goes to Southampton after making sure that whatever happens Bet will remain her friend. Fiona publicly gives Steve's unpaid bills to Vicky, telling her they're her responsibility now.


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