For me this was a must see alternative look at life in the country.! All the characters were larger than life,but as someone who grew up in an English village you could see people that could have fit the bill from your own youth. So it was not "pc" but that can only be a good thing looking back as we have now gone too far with that brigade.And what is wrong with having a good belly laugh,?as most times we are probably laughing at ourselves anyway,as none of us are perfect. I put "Sunnyside farm" in the same pigeonhole as "I Hope it rains" starring the late Tom Bell,this too was a minority audience comedy set at the seaside,with him running a really run down waxworks type museum.
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