On a Sunday morning in Grantchester, Sidney visits the Archdeacon to discuss his resignation. Sidney has lost his faith in a church that won’t allow him to be married to the woman he loves. With a heavy heart the Archdeacon tells Sidney he must go away and write a resignation letter in order to make it official. Sidney visits Amanda, revealing his plan. Their moment of joy is cut short when Amanda asks if Sidney has told Mrs Maguire or Leonard… To Sidney’s relief, Leonard seems happy for them, but Mrs Maguire can’t contain her upset. On his way out of the vicarage the next morning, Sidney spots Mrs Maguire crying, and then encounters Leonard, who is now wondering about his own future, should a less tolerant vicar move in. Sidney feels incredibly guilty but tells Leonard it has to be his decision. In church, Sidney puts on his dog collar and leads a service, thinking his days within the village are now numbered but when a little boy called Jacob is abducted Sidney finds that the community need him more than ever. Meanwhile, Mrs Maguire must prepare for her own future whilst struggling to come to terms with Sidney’s imminent departure. Geordie’s behaviour grows increasingly erratic as he struggles to cope with the mess he’s made of his family life, and as Sidney and Geordie move closer to discovering who has kidnapped Jacob, Sidney must choose to move forward with Amanda in London, or be there for his best friend Geordie in his hour of need.
Having left his Grantchester life behind to do some soul searching, vicar Sidney Chambers finds himself heading toward a Romani travellers’ camp in Lincolnshire.
Having tracked down the culprit, Sidney tells himself he is there to retrieve Mrs Maguire’s life savings from the man who stole them but it soon becomes apparent, Sidney is just running from his old life and has no idea what he is going to do.
After a guilt-induced sermon about desire and duty, Sidney questions himself about Amanda. He wants to resist but soon finds himself in an embrace with her, which is spotted by Leonard who berates Sidney for being such a hypocrite.
A quiet day in Cambridge is thrown into disarray as Leonard and his new lady friend Hilary are witness to an armed robbery at the post office. With a gun pointed in his face, Leonard attempts to talk down the masked culprit and receives a strike to the head for his bravery. Back from a morning run, Sidney is joined by former flame Amanda at the vicarage. Having agreed not to take their relationship forward, they exchange pleasantries but keep their distance. As Amanda leaves, Mrs Maguire encourages Sidney to stay strong. Sidney’s longing for Amanda only worsens when he later sees her with estranged husband, Guy. Could Amanda be contemplating a return to her old life?
Sidney receives a series of anonymous phone calls, which he realises may be linked to a series of murders in which the victims were all important community figures killed by someone who leaves dead birds as a grisly calling card. The threat forces Sidney to question whether he can reconcile his relationship with Amanda and his calling as a vicar. Leonard bonds with Hilary as she cares for her dying father, while Geordie’s investigation of the killings leads him to a mysterious home for people with disabilities.
It’s the week before Christmas 1954, and the forecast is for snow in the beautiful Cambridge village of Grantchester. For vicar Sidney Chambers, this is the busiest time of the year and he is rushed off his feet with festive duties. Which is useful, as it means he doesn’t have time to think about his beloved Amanda, estranged from her husband and heavily pregnant, who has taken up residence nearby with her Aunt CeCe. Sidney loves her .
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