Angharad arrives in the village with her husband Bernard and their two children, Luke and Jessica. She takes a position at the local comprehensive school and helps out during the aftermath of the plane crash. Angharad and Bernard became respected by the village residents and they both helped out with Alan Turner's wedding preparations. During a benefit night, Angharad took to the stage to cavort with the semi-clad "Nobbies", an all-male stripper act. Luke is blamed for the death of Ben Dingle and a feud between the Dingles and McAllisters begins. When Angharad realises she has to teach Tina Dingle, she and Bernard become fed up of the feud and decide to move back to London. They leave Emmerdale in February 1995, never to return, although Luke and Jessica decides to stay behind in the village.
When Luke died in a car crash six months later, Angharad and Bernard ordered for Luke to be buried in London so they did not have to set foot in the village again.
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