Kerry has turned over a new leaf and is trying to give back to her community. Meanwhile, Kerry's cousin, Kurtan, is coming to terms with his decision not to go to Swindon College and is struggling to get back into the swing of village life.
Kerry starts to receive some threatening letters that cause her to feel unsettled. Thankfully, Kerry's neighbour, Mandy, is on hand to help. Kurtan takes a labouring job with Kerry's father, Martin, and learns some invaluable life lessons.
Kurtan wants to make a pilgrimage to Swindon to buy new clothes. However, engineering works on the bus route and a lack of alternative transport disrupts his plans. Meanwhile, Kerry is helping the vicar run the local football practice.
When the vicar's son Jacob returns from living in Bristol, can Kurtan help him re-adjust to village life? Meanwhile, Kerry continues to try and give back to the local community by visiting an elderly neighbour.
It's the most important day of the year for Kerry: the annual steam fair. As a bonus, this year it falls on her birthday and Kurtan has organised her a surprise present. However, the present involves a cross-country trek.
Kerry is thrilled when her dad asks her to help him store some wares in a lock-up garage. Meanwhile, a job at the local bowls club gives Kurtan a new sense of purpose, but when Kerry entangles him in her new job, things start to unravel.