Still Open All Hours is a BBC television sitcom, a sequel to the 1973 series Open All Hours. The show was based around Granville, now running the corner shop with his son Leroy after inheriting the shop from his Uncle Arkwright.
It's Christmas in the nation's favourite corner shop, but some of Granville's most important customers have plans to leave town. Not only is Madge planning to take his beloved Mavis away for a Christmas break but is Mr Newbold also thinking of doing a runner, leaving Granville at the mercy of Mrs Featherstone's amorous advances?
Granville has to use some of his craftiest wiles to persuade everyone not to travel at Christmas. After all, as well as wanting to stay close to Mavis, he's also got to shift a large number of distinctly wonky Christmas Crackers.
Granville has a new idea for growing the business - the offer of fitness classes. But can he really turn Gastric into a greyhound, and is that the right way to Madge's flinty heart? At the other end of the scale, Mr Newbold believes he has hit on the perfect way to repel the attentions Mrs Featherstone - all he needs is a completely new image. Leroy is keen to take out a librarian, but she is refusing to give him a date, and Granville has a range of experimental Wi-Fi underpants to shift, but are his customers really ready for that level of digital connectivity?
Mr Newbold has decided to barricade his house to fend off Mrs Featherstone. Granville is sure he wouldn't be so keen to avoid her if he knew all about her hidden exotic past and he's not going to let the fact that she doesn't have a hidden exotic past get in his way.
Meanwhile a lycra-clad Eric and Cyril are pushing the envelope of masculinity on their new tandem; Mavis takes Granville up on his offer of a tour of his Victorian cheese slicer collection and Leroy is trying to make the most of having to dress up as a banana for business reasons.