Colin temporarily loses his sight when his garden explodes. Promotion is on the cards for one of the staff at Whitbury Leisure Centre, but it means that someone has to go.
Songs of Praise is to be presented from the newly-rebuilt Whitbury Leisure Centre, but a series of accidents leads Brittas to believe that a serial killer may be at large.
Brittas is in Brussels, being interviewed for a new job as European Commissioner for Sport. Meanwhile, things at the Whitbury Leisure Centre are not going smoothly in his absence.
Brittas insists on compulsory urine drug tests for all his staff - but the results come as rather a shock for some of them.
Laura's husband applies for a job at the centre. Helen gets into deep water when she is spotted at a restaraunt with her lawyer. A cleverly-concocted story about a surprise party almost saves the day.
As Brittas prepares for his departure to Brussels as European Commissioner for Sport, he decides that an emergency water tank should be installed as an extra fire precaution.
It's 2019 and former staff of the Leisure Centre - including three millionaires and a concert pianist - are at Colin's Scottish castle for their annual tribute to the man who gave them everything