Audrey Roberts returns to celebrate her 80th birthday party

Adella Miesner

AUDREY Roberts returns to celebrate her 80th birthday party next week in Coronation Street.  The head of the Platt family – who is played by Sue Nicholls in the ITV soap – has had over 40 decades on the cobbles. 4 Audrey returns to celebrate her 80th birthday partyCredit: Handout […]

AUDREY Roberts returns to celebrate her 80th birthday party next week in Coronation Street. 

The head of the Platt family – who is played by Sue Nicholls in the ITV soap – has had over 40 decades on the cobbles.

Audrey returns to celebrate her 80th birthday party

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Audrey returns to celebrate her 80th birthday partyCredit: Handout

Next week’s episodes of Coronation Street will see the Platts prepare for Audrey’s belated birthday party. 

Meanwhile, Maria plans to buy the barbers from Audrey, but is shocked to discover she has a huge credit card bill. 

Later, Ray overhears Gary’s money troubled and offers to buy the factory from him. 

David tells Gary Ray has offered to buy the house

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David tells Gary Ray has offered to buy the house
Gary grows suspicious of Ray

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Gary grows suspicious of Ray

But Gary tells him it’s not for sale.

Later, David is distracted from Audrey’s birthday celebrations when Gary surveys David’s sinkhole and offers to put him in touch with a specialist company. 

When David tells him that Ray has offered to buy the house, Gary – who has just discovered that Kevin was forced to sell the furniture shop premises to Ray – is immediately suspicious.

Maria encourages Gary to sell the factory so she can buy Audrey's salon

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Maria encourages Gary to sell the factory so she can buy Audrey’s salon

Might David and Gary team up and get to the bottom of what Ray’s up to?

Later in the week, Maria encourages Gary to sell the factory so she’ll have the money to buy the barbers. 

Coronation Street shock as Grace is exposed as Tiana’s NANNY leaving Michael Bailey devastated

But will he agree?

And what might the new ownership mean for Audrey’s future on the cobbles?

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