David was excited to be the new Vicar of the picturesque Hemsley. However, not all of his parishioners were impressed by his new-fangled ways. Nonetheless, a determined David set about winning over the colourful townsfolk. There was Lord Feversham, the Henry VIII look-a-like; fiery Ted who had fought with the Polish Free Army; Frank the eighty-year-old singing shepherd, and redoubtable countrywoman Eva. All had stories of hardship and sacrifice, friendship and love.
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