s coffee mornings go, it’s not the most enjoyable. Desperate to make sense of her grandson Paul’s death, Pam meets the mother of his killer, Simon, in a bid to get some answers – like why
Aher son felt the need to attack and kill a young man who was minding his own business and just trying to enjoy a night out with his partner.
Pam resigns herself to not seeing the woman, named Diane, but then receives a message from her and agrees to meet up. Honey tries to get her friend to pull out, and when Kathy learns what’s going on, she offers to tag along for support.
The pair head to a café, where Diane and Pam discuss Paul and Simon as children, and the conversation gets heated when Pam demands to know why Simon did what he did.
With the plea hearing fast approaching, Kathy tells Ben about the meeting, and he’s fuming. Pam tries to break the news to Les but struggles to find the right moment. Inevitably, he finds out anyway, and he’s equally livid, pointing out to his distraught wife that she may have jeopardised the trial.
The Cokers later head to court, along with Ben and
Kathy, and the couple are touched by the support shown by their friends and neighbours.
Will Simon plead guilty to murder, or are Paul’s loved ones destined for yet more heartache?
Pam seeks justice and confronts the mum of Paul’s killer, Simon
Pam stirs up trouble as she pours her heart out to Diane Les and Ben fear the killers might escape justice
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