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o his surprise, Martin learns that he is a governor of the local school. He agrees to serve but when he learns that Louisa Glasson is a candidate for the headmistress position, he warns her that she won't get any special favours. Martin also has to deal with an outbreak of a nasty skin rash among the students. When Mrs. Cronk is hospitalized after an accident in her fish and chip shop, the doctor reluctantly agrees to let her son Peter stay with him. Meanwhile, Bert Large decides to help Mrs. Cronk by keeping her shop open, over son Al's objections. Turns out his fish and chips are quite popular and with good reason.

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