Seasons 5 and 6 of the perennially popular British sitcom set in a holiday camp in the late 1950s/early 60s. Maplin's Holiday camp is the scene of japes, fiddles and scrapes galore once again as the Teddy-cum-wide-boy Ted Bovis, camp entertainer, concocts yet another scheme to get one over on the haughty Jeffrey Fairbrother, manager of the camp. Razor-tongued senior yellowcoat, the glamorous Gladys Pugh, still has her sights set on becoming Fairbrother's muse whilst gormless chalet-maid/wannabe-yellowcoat Peggy Ollerenshaw picks up and spreads rumours with abandon. In 'The Graven Image', Maplin orders the unveiling of a statue of himself at the camp. Problems arise when Spike gets very drunk and decides to liven up the statue on the night before the unveiling ceremony. In 'Hey Diddle Diddle, Who's On the Fiddle'? Peggy finds a letter from Joe Maplin indicating that Clive has got the job of entertainments manager to spy on the rest of the staff. The nervous yellowcoats hurriedly set about concealing their scams. Other episodes included: 'Concessions', 'Empty Saddles', 'Save Our Heritage', 'The Marriage Settlement', 'Peggy's Penfriend', 'The Epidemic', 'Together Again', 'Ted at the Helm', 'Opening Day', 'Off With the Motley' and 'Raffles'.