Ena has spent a frozen night in the Vestry with the amenities cut off pending the demolition. She refuses to tell Mr Ironfield where she's going to live afterwards and insists he helps the removal men shift the harmonium. Jerry tells David that Irma hardly stayed on the ice at the rink but spent most of the night in the snack bar. Nevertheless she wants to go again. Dennis is depressed at Jenny's departure. Hilda questions Annie on her views about women working as she's thinking about devoting all of her time to Stan. Annie worries that Hilda's going to hand in her notice but Jack reminds her that it will deprive Stan of his beer money. Ena lets the removal men pack the van full of her belongings before telling them she's moving across the road to No.5, much to Minnie's delight. Dennis apologises to the Walkers and after several weeks is allowed back into the Rovers. Spotting his depression, Annie advises Dennis to go to London to find Jenny. He resolves to set off immediately. The residents enjoy watching the Mission being flattened but Ena breaks down as she sees her home being demolished and walks off in tears. Agnes Greenwood tells Stan it's all over between Hilda and George. The demolition concludes as the Vestry comes down. Ena is down after the loss of her home but she takes her temper out on Annie and refuses a drink from Len, branding it conscience money. The Ogdens and Albert enjoy the bonfire made from the remains of the Mission. Minnie presents Ena with a key to No.5. At the ice rink, Jerry and Irma bump into Myra. Jerry is thrown by the encounter but Myra is pleased.


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Notable dialogueEdit

Len Fairclough: "If you were my wife, I wouldn't let you go out with any big fat slob."
Irma Barlow: "If I was your wife, I'd be married to one, wouldn't I?"

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