Deborah avoids Ormston; Wilf wants to set up a baby fund for when Jean gets pregnant; Silas provokes Donald.
Phyllis wants to start a petition to keep Haven Hill from closing; a tax inspector visits Jean; the sexual tension between Logan and Deborah heightens.
Wilf likes Jean's old nanny; Logan's lack of enthusiasm frustrates Nancy.
Nancy gets Logan where she wants him, or so she thinks.
Nancy tells Deborah she has to accept that Tom is gone and move on with her life; Nancy's image change surprises Logan.
Ormston prepares for the traditional Apple Day Festival.
Len prepares for the arrival of a foster daughter; Donald suggests that Phyllis start her own newspaper.
Heads turn when Deborah's gorgeous younger sister, Nancy, arrives; Phyllis enjoys having Donald boarding in the Churchill Suite.
The presence of a surgeon general alarms Donald; a patient tests Dr. Logan's bedside manner; someone makes an offer for the hospital.
Dr. Nick Logan arrives in Ormston to help Deborah and Donald set up a walking blood bank; Jean and Eddie search for privacy; Len awaits his first call in his new police station.
Jean and Eddie's big day does not go as planned; Donald is preoccupied with orphaned Niamh Copper.
The strain of the Pub Olympics puts all the participants in the hospital; Donald delivers an overseas parcel from Arthur.
The villagers make a plan to stop the proposed road through the village; Donald faces and ethical dilemma.
Tom advertises for a new doctor; some detective work sets out to trace the source of eviction notices.
Tension between Tom and Arthur reaches the breaking point; Eddie has a suspicious lump examined.
Len and Linda's first foster child is not what they were expecting.
Mr. Tyldesley arrives in town; Deborah is concerned for Janet; Len and Linda prepare for the social worker's visit.
Helen becomes a trainee nurse just as the hospital welcomes its most demanding patient.
Phyllis's husband, Harry, returns to Ormston, forcing Arthur to devise ways to protect her from his charms.
A thief puts a damper on holiday celebrations; Arthur plays pranks on Tom; Eddie and Jean want to take the next step in their relationship.
Tom is angry that Arthur deceived Eugenia; Reverend Brewer finalizes the arrangements for Archie's funeral.
An elderly recluse agrees to go to hospital only if Arthur and the Rev. Brewer attend one last party; Jean and Eddie must pose as the Gilders.
The magnificent Colin arrives in town; Tom fears Aggie's husband is abusing her and her children; Jean suddenly goes blind.
Jean wants to land a job with a fancy antiques dealer; Michael befriends one of Tom's young patients, who is in a wheelchair.
An accident at a farm reacquaints Tom with his first love; a fiance's questionable past threatens the wedding of Deb's mother.
A German war veteran has news of Wilf's missing brother; Arthur throws his back out and must miss a fishing trip.
Edie refuses to let her daughter give birth in the hospital.
Arthur wants to start treating Fred's leukemia immediately, but Fred has other plans; Eddie feel obligated to take over the Brewery delivery route.
Deborah's mother pays a surprise visit; a monster lurks in the reservoir.
A 6-year-old is abandoned on the steps of the hospital; a grumpy pig farmer threatens to have Reverend Brewer excommunicated.
The National Health Service inspector gives the go-ahead for the hospital.
Tom believes Arthur is not pulling his weight at the surgery; Catherine disappears.
Tom's children go into the woods looking for buried treasure; Wild and the Rev. Brewer find an unexploded bomb.
Tom and Arthur prepare to meet Cornelius Sibbald, the official who will give the go-ahead for the new cottage hospital, and the villagers rally round to raise funds for the building work.
Tom and his father are soon at odds over the idiosyncratic way the hospital is run. Deborah meets Eddie, who insists she is the doctor's maid, whether he likes it or not, and who seems to have a secret.
Dr. Tom Gilder returns to Ormston to be best man when his friend marries his former sweetheart.