Grange Hill (1978–2008)
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Episode #18.11 

Gordon tracks down his mother and sister at the refuge, Lucy and Josh develop a fact sheet about the area and Dudley falls in love.




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Episode credited cast:
Jean Ainslie ...
Greg Mitchell
Eve Bland ...
Amelda Brown ...
Wendy Wright
Alan Cave ...
Dennis Morris
Lee Cornes ...
Mr. Hankin
Belinda Crane ...
Lucy Mitchell
Nina Fry ...
Robyn Stone
Rochelle Gadd ...
Dill Lodge
Jamie Groves ...
Josh Davis
Candida Gubbins ...
Steven Hammett ...
Dudley Wesker
Abigail Hart ...
Paula Webster
Andrew Henry ...
Gordon Wright


Anna and her mother are living at the Women's refuge, but Anna still doesn't believe her mother's reason that she was beaten by Gordon. Jacko get so annoyed - and even a little suspicious - at Becky's involvement with the refuge that he decides to follow her. Becky arrives at the refuge and finds Marion watching a parked car with a man inside, but it's a false alarm. Anna is horrible - ripping another kid's soft toy, and Marion goes to speak with her. Josh is round Lucy's house, but they are bored. Lucy has the bright idea of using her dad's fancy new colour printer to print a fact sheet of things that a teenager can do in the area. Becky accompanies Anna on the walk to school, and tries to make it clear that she can be trusted; but Anna has noticed someone following - Jacko! Becky makes it clear that he's to stop following her, but there's someone watching them both from the other side of the road... Julie returns to school, and gets a little stick for her outdoors-ready clothing. ... Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family





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7 February 1995 (UK)  »

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