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    Episode 6 - Accidental Hero

    Penhale decides to have a Police Open day to raise community awareness. The only genuine visitor he has though, is an angry farmer, Hannah Butler (Yolanda Kettle). Another three of her sheep have been stolen and Penhale seems to be doing nothing about it.

    Louisa has arranged to get a lift with Tina (Samantha Spiro) a classmate on her course. Louisa is questioning her decision to go back to studying – can she fit it all in as Tina does?

    Morwenna is taking Al away for the weekend to try out Hannah’s new glamping site, leaving Emily helping out at the surgery. Al is nervous to leave Bert running the pub but agrees. The trip doesn’t go well when Hannah is distracted by the loss of her sheep, and then her alpaca. Also, as Hannah has Orf ( a viral skin disease which can spread to humans by handling infected sheep and goats) she cannot serve Al and Morwenna any food. Al decides to take matters into his own hands, which doesn’t end well when he accidently burns the yurt down.

    After Emily quits, Martin is left on his own in the surgery, when he manages to injure himself, tripping over Buddy. Now with Martin in an inflatable cast, Mrs Tishell insists she help out as receptionist.

    Trevor Dodds the local butcher comes to see Martin for his diabetes check up, but he seems to have developed Orf too. Could there be a connection between the two cases?

    James has started biting not only Louisa but other children at the nursery. Louisa is worried but Martin puts it down to his age. Louisa speaks to Tina about it but is surprised to find out Tina has spoken to their lecturer about it too. Martin is not impressed and Louisa takes it personally when Martin says there is something wrong with Tina. But Martin is proved correct, when Tina collapses from taking Modanifil, a smart drug, used for treating sleep disorders.

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