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  • Episode 700 (30th August 1967)
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  • The residents set off on their respective daytrips. Lucille hears that the Hewitts are coming over for a visit. Elsie says they can come to the wedding. Annie, Lucille, Minnie, Ena, Val, Elsie, Hilda, Irma and Emily go to Tatton Park. Dennis steers a horse-drawn barge full of Jack, Albert, Steve, Stan, David, Len and Gregg through the canal. The women admire the gardens at Tatton Park but Elsie is pestered by coach driver Frank Hoyle and, to get rid of him, throws the coach keys into an ornamental fountain. Minnie is courted by Herbert Whittle, an elderly guide at the stately home. She thinks he's "Lord Tatton Park". The men get stuck in the mud of the canal. Albert is seasick. Their horse, Horace, keeps refusing to move but Dennis manages to persuade him. They are horrified when a crate o
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  • 700
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  • 1967-08-28
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  • 1967-08-30
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  • 1967-09-04
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  • 1967
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  • The residents set off on their respective daytrips. Lucille hears that the Hewitts are coming over for a visit. Elsie says they can come to the wedding. Annie, Lucille, Minnie, Ena, Val, Elsie, Hilda, Irma and Emily go to Tatton Park. Dennis steers a horse-drawn barge full of Jack, Albert, Steve, Stan, David, Len and Gregg through the canal. The women admire the gardens at Tatton Park but Elsie is pestered by coach driver Frank Hoyle and, to get rid of him, throws the coach keys into an ornamental fountain. Minnie is courted by Herbert Whittle, an elderly guide at the stately home. She thinks he's "Lord Tatton Park". The men get stuck in the mud of the canal. Albert is seasick. Their horse, Horace, keeps refusing to move but Dennis manages to persuade him. They are horrified when a crate of beer falls into the water. The woman eat at a cafe where Frank is forced to eat at the same table as Ena and Minnie. Both parties are shocked when the barge ends up next to the cafe. Stan and Jack are forced to look round the house by Annie and Hilda. They are unimpressed and Stan receives a lecture from Irma for neglecting his wife. Val tells Steve not to mess Elsie about - if he doesn't intend to love Elsie forever he shouldn't marry her. He assures her he does. Len finds a new stock of beer and the men decide to resume their barge trip. Steve tells Elsie he's busy all weekend so won't see her until the wedding. Elsie and Irma wave the menfolk off.