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{{Infobox character
 
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|image = [[Image:Mrs_maclean.jpg|180px]]
 
|image = [[Image:Mrs_maclean.jpg|180px]]
|character name = Agnes Maclean
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|character name = Agnes MacLean
 
|occupation = Café owner
 
|occupation = Café owner
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|spouse(s)=Jim MacLean
 
|first appearance = [[Episode 78 (11th September 1961)|11th September 1961]]
 
|first appearance = [[Episode 78 (11th September 1961)|11th September 1961]]
 
|last appearance = [[Episode 166 (16th July 1962)|16th July 1962]]
 
|last appearance = [[Episode 166 (16th July 1962)|16th July 1962]]
|duration = [[1961]], [[1962]]
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|number of appearances = 3
 
|played by = [[Judy Evans]]
 
|played by = [[Judy Evans]]
 
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'''Agnes MacLean''' was owner of a café near [[Gray Street]] in the early [[1960s]]. When [[Ida Barlow]] left a shopping bag in her café in [[September 1961]], Agnes handed it in to [[Tile Street Police Station]] as lost property, saying Ida had realised too late that she had left her purse at either [[3 Coronation Street|home]] or work and she had given her a free cup of tea. Not knowing Ida's name, she took the bag to the police saying she hadn't looked inside it to find out the identity of the owner. Unknown to either Agnes or the [[Station Sergeant (Episode 78)|Sergeant]] at that time, Ida had been knocked down and killed by a bus soon after leaving the cafe and the bag proved to be an essential piece of evidence in later identifying her.
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A month later, Agnes was a customer in [[Jackson's Chip Shop]] and chatted to [[Laura Fagan]] as they waited to be served by [[Frank Jackson]]. They discussed a local butcher whose wife had just died, unsurprisingly as her hands had started to turn blue. Mrs MacLean further stated that she would never buy meat from the butcher, "not after all I've heard about his dog!"
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The following [[July 1962|July]], [[Valerie Tatlock]] was a customer in her café, having doubts about accepting [[Ken Barlow]]'s proposal of marriage as she suspected her fiance was only looking for a mother figure. They discussed the day that Ida died and Agnes didn't help assuage Val's doubts when she spoke about Ken and [[David Barlow]] and the hole in their lives that the death of their mother had caused them.
   
'''Agnes Maclean''' was owner of a café close to the [[Imperial Hotel]] in [[Weatherfield]] in [[1961]]. When [[Ida Barlow]] left a shopping bag in her café, Agnes handed it in to the police station as lost property. She was on friendly terms with the [[Station Sergeant (Episode 78)|Sergeant]] there.
 
 
==List of appearances==
 
==List of appearances==
*[[Episode 78 (11th September 1961)]]
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===1961===
*[[Episode 82 (25th September 1961)]]
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*[[Episode 78 (11th September 1961)|Mon 11th Sep]]
*[[Episode 166 (16th July 1962)]]
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*[[Episode 82 (25th September 1961)|Mon 25th Sep]]
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===1962===
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*[[Episode 166 (16th July 1962)|Mon 16th Jul]]
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{{DEFAULTSORT:MacLean, Agnes}}
 
[[Category:Coronation Street characters]]
 
[[Category:Coronation Street characters]]
 
[[Category:1961 minor characters]]
 
[[Category:1961 minor characters]]

Latest revision as of 16:14, October 16, 2019

Agnes MacLean was owner of a café near Gray Street in the early 1960s. When Ida Barlow left a shopping bag in her café in September 1961, Agnes handed it in to Tile Street Police Station as lost property, saying Ida had realised too late that she had left her purse at either home or work and she had given her a free cup of tea. Not knowing Ida's name, she took the bag to the police saying she hadn't looked inside it to find out the identity of the owner. Unknown to either Agnes or the Sergeant at that time, Ida had been knocked down and killed by a bus soon after leaving the cafe and the bag proved to be an essential piece of evidence in later identifying her.

A month later, Agnes was a customer in Jackson's Chip Shop and chatted to Laura Fagan as they waited to be served by Frank Jackson. They discussed a local butcher whose wife had just died, unsurprisingly as her hands had started to turn blue. Mrs MacLean further stated that she would never buy meat from the butcher, "not after all I've heard about his dog!"

The following July, Valerie Tatlock was a customer in her café, having doubts about accepting Ken Barlow's proposal of marriage as she suspected her fiance was only looking for a mother figure. They discussed the day that Ida died and Agnes didn't help assuage Val's doubts when she spoke about Ken and David Barlow and the hole in their lives that the death of their mother had caused them.

List of appearancesEdit

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