Edna is intrigued to find the identity of her new neighbour. As she sees the ‘To Let’ sign being removed, she collars the estate agent demanding some answers. Fearing a troublesome family could move in, Edna’s mind is put to rest when she is told that an elderly gentleman has taken up the lease. Determined to get off on the right foot, she bakes a cake and takes Laurel round for a nosy. But Edna gets more than she bargained for when her archenemy, Jarvis answers the door and thanks her for the cake! There is no doubt in Ray’s mind that it was Mack who vandalised his car and Louise is beginning to suspect that he is responsible for the stalking too. At The Woolpack, Diane is shocked to think that her ex-boyfriend could be responsible for the nightmare Louise is enduring. The Dinlges are still in financial strife. With their debts hanging over them, Christmas looks bleak - although Charity has offered them a loan extension till January. But, true to form, Zak comes up with an ingenious plan. The harebrained scheme involves turning plastic Easter bunnies into snowmen! Lisa reluctantly accepts it might be the only thing that will see them through the festive season. Paddy and Emily’s fostering continues and they welcome two troublesome girls into their home with the fostering agency’s warning ringing in their ears. The couple bravely accepts the responsibility, but it isn’t long before the trouble starts and the eldest, Chantelle, quickly proves to be a handful.