Set in a small seaside town, The Cafe is homely, comfortable and welcoming. Middle-aged divorcee Carol owns the place. Mary, in her seventies is Carol's mum. She is very broad minded and a real character. Completing the trio is daughter Sarah. Having lost her job and been dumped by her boyfriend, she's had to move back home from London, where a host of old school friends await. Until she gets her life back on track she's helping out in the welcoming cafe that's a bit like Friends' Central Perk - but not quite as trendy! Each heart-warming episode sees all sorts of colourful characters pop in and out of the cafe.
Stags Or Hens (#112H) Duration: 23:54 STEREO TVRE
It's the night before the wedding and, in traditional fashion, Ava and Richard are having their hen and stag do's. Ava is at the Cafe with the ladies and Kieran playing drinking games, while Sarah, Richard and his very boring friend Dave, are playing a drunken game of hide and seek on the beach. as Sarah and Richard hide from Dave they are left alone to reminisce about their past. Is it rose tinted spectacles, or is there really still something left unresolved between them? What about Ava? What about Jason? What about tomorrow? Getting drunk seems to be the only way for Sarah to cope, but being drunk it would probably be advisable not to choose this moment to talk to Ava. And particularly advisable not to make the bride cry the night before her wedding.
Reap What You Sow - Part 1 (#113H) Duration: 20:02 STEREO TVRE
Stan and Jason have covered The Cafe in flowers for the Weston in Bloom competition, and it's now the perfect venue for Richard and Ava's wedding reception. As Jason adds the finishing touches everyone else is waiting at the church for the wedding ceremony to begin. When Ava is late, Sarah starts to worry. But it gives her some time to tell to Kieran and Chloe what happened between her and Richard the night before. And to confess her fears that she may have scared Ava off.
Reap What You Sow - Part 2 (#114H) Duration: 26:30 STEREO TVRE
Is Richard doing the right thing? Has Richard chosen the right bride? Meanwhile, with the photos taken for the Weston brochure, it's time for Phil to leave Weston. Will his departure give Stan the courage to finally ask Carol the question he's been stalling on for so long? What will Carol's answer be? And will his parting words to his daughter inspire her to finally tell Richard how she really feels about him, even though by now it's surely it's too late. Isn't it....?