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In September 2006, Claire begins leaving home every day, telling Ashley that Yvonne has terminal cancer and needs her care.

Amy's storylines have included her mother Tracy (Kate Ford) selling her to Roy Cropper (David Neilson), who was presumed to be the father of Amy, and his wife, Hayley (Julie Hesmondhalgh), becoming lactose intolerant and purposefully making herself ill so her parents are nice to each other, losing her great-grandmother Blanche Hunt (Maggie Jones) and grandmother Deirdre and being stuck in Victoria Court flats when a fire was accidentally started by Tracy. Fanshaw, played by Alison King appeared on 22 March 2004. Charlie took his cue shortly after and left Jason to “finish the job”.

She was a customer of builders Charlie Stubbs (Bill Ward) and Jason Grimshaw (Ryan Thomas) who had an appointment to fit a radiator in her bathroom. On the pretext of a faulty thermostat in her bedroom, she led Jason in there and soon made her intentions crystal clear. Fanshaw had sex, despite Jason being the supposedly faithful boyfriend of Candice Stowe (Nikki Sanderson).

King would later return to Coronation Street in 2006 playing the role of Carla Connor.

Yvonne Casey is the mother of Claire Peacock (Julia Haworth).

She is shocked to learn the lies Claire has told, and then works with Ashley to help Claire recover from post-natal depression.

In 2007, Claire moves in with Yvonne following an arson attack which damages the Peacock home.

Claire tries to contact Yvonne in late 2010 to inform her that Ashley has died from injuries sustained during an explosion on Coronation Street.

Claire leaves the Street in January 2011, to join Yvonne in France.

They are soon joined by Danny's sons, Warren (Danny Young) and Jamie (Rupert Hill).

Unaware of Frankie's intentions, Danny has a brief fling with Sunita Parekh (Shobna Gulati) shortly after his arrival but Sunita does not know he is married and is very hurt when Frankie arrives.

Eric Garside, played by Peter Kay, appeared on 30 January 2004.

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