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Stephen tries to lure Jenny away to Thailand in Corrie as The Rovers is boarded up

Is Stephen right to panic when Jenny reports Teddy missing? And will The Rovers return?

Deeply upset about Leo’s murder, Jenny wonders if she should pay Teddy a visit, but Stephen tries to quash the idea.

Confiding in Glenda, Jenny tells her that she's worried about Teddy as he must be grief-stricken and it seems odd that he’s not been in touch regarding Leo’s funeral. Calling at the police station, Jenny voices her concerns to Craig.

Later, Stephen tells Jenny that he wants to take her on holiday to Thailand to get away from everything.

But when the Waterford’s Manager arrives to break the news that they’re closing the Rovers for an extensive refurbishment and their contracts have been terminated with immediate effect Jenny and the staff are thrown into a spin. Can they save the pub?

Adam insists there’s a case for unfair dismissal but when DS Swain calls to tell Jenny they now have proof that neither Leo nor Teddy visited Canada her mind goes elsewhere.

As Jenny argues that Teddy contacted Stephen from Canada, Stephen inwardly panics. When they move in with Rita, Jenny and Stephen assure Rita that they won’t be under her feet for long as hopefully, they’re off to Thailand.

On the street, Jenny, Glenda, Daisy, Sean and Gemma watch emotionally as the Waterford’s workmen start boarding up the Rovers.

When Gemma reveals that she’s applied for the deputy manager role with Waterfords, Daisy’s fuming, assuming it would go to Jenny.

Coronation Street continues Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV1

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