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Alex ​Bell, of The Bell Family, is offered a new parish on the edge of London, Crestal New Town. It had once been a village, but a large number of flats – the “new town” – have recently been built, and it is clear that the clergyman will have a lot of work to do.

For the first half of the book, the family is still at St Marks Vicarage, and this section is a combination of preparing for the move – Ginnie’s scheme to ensure she can stay at her school, Mrs Gage deciding to come with them, the farewell party and concert – as well as everyday events, the most notable of which is Ginnie accidentally letting one of Angus’ goldfish be eaten by a cat.

When the family arrive at Crestal New Town, they find it to be a disheartening environment – the village is alright, but the new town has been poorly planned, and there is no community spirit. When Ginnie tells the Bishop that they hate it, he explains that he wants them to help make it a place in which people are proud to live.

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