While Eddie is pleased with his new marketing idea for his stone animals, Lynda is horrified to learn that he plans to sell them from the roadside. Though the judges for the Britain in Bloom competition have already been, Lynda thinks they may be keeping tabs on the village for the whole summer. She is worried that if Eddie displays his unusual designs on a public highway it may spoil their chances of winning.
Feeling uncomfortable at work, Darrell questions the legitimacy of Matt’s suppliers. Matt assures him that Bernie has a job with a builders firm, so he can’t be dealing with illegal goods. Darrell remains unconvinced. Matt reminds Darrell that he can’t quit the job; they both know he needs the money. He advises Darrell to keep his head down and get on with his work.
Eddie attempts to get the inside scoop from Kenton about the community games. He wants to get a good team together before the best players are scouted by opposing groups. Kenton doesn’t think that’s a very sportsmanlike attitude. The competition between Lynda and Kenton’s diverging plans for the celebration heats up at the committee meeting. Let the games begin!
WRITER: Joanna Toye