Get your tissues at the ready, Emmerdale viewers, as an emotional and special episode has been confirmed amid Faith Dingle’s (Sally Dexter) tragic cancer storyline.
Fans are already being moved by the heartbreaking storyline; and not least of all the performances of the sublime Sally.
Having recently told her family of the diagnosis, Faith has confided that she doesn’t want to continue the chemotherapy.
Chas has persuaded her reluctant mum to pursue the treatment but when she gets the news that her cancer has spread and the chemo isn’t working, she makes a final decision to take control of the end of her life.
Discovering that Faith is stopping her chemo, Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and Cain (Jeff Hordley) will embark on a night of the souls, which sees them reflect on the family tragedy and take themselves to the past.
An Emmerdale spokesperson explained: ‘Cain has a complicated relationship with Faith, and Chas is unable to comprehend his apparent indifference to Faith’s decision to end her treatment.
‘Chas is sure he’ll have regrets if he doesn’t reach out to her, and soon a night of soul-searching ensues.’
The episode will focus heavily on the conversations and reminiscing of the siblings as the storyline progresses.
And the Emmerdale preview has warned of further heartache ahead; although it will be spliced with elements of Faith’s unique and uplifting personality.
‘There are emotional times ahead for the Dingle family and the community of Emmerdale, but with Faith’s zest for life her humour and warmth will inevitably find a way to shine through,’ the spokesperson added.
The poignant episode will also see Faith disclose her news and decision to her close friends Eric Pollard (Chris Chittell) and Brenda (Lesley Dunlop).
‘Chas is desperate for her brother to reconnect with their mother before it’s too late and these scenes really explore the reasons behind their complicated relationship,’ Lucy explained.
‘Chas and Cain have a real heart to heart and I loved having the opportunity to explore their past once again.
‘The scenes were emotional to film and I’m really looking forward to seeing how they come together as part of a really moving episode.’
‘Filming these scenes was a genuine and emotional experience,’ Jeff confided.
‘These episodes are beautifully written and great to act and I am pleased to have been given the opportunity for people to see another side of Cain.’
The episode will air at the beginning of July.
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