Unknown to the rest of the country a small village in England built and opened the first railway station, no train has ever stopped at the village but the villagers are extremely proud about having their own little bit of history. So proud in fact that the village runs its clocks by the trains; it is never 3 o'clock until the 3 o'clock train hurtles by, even if it doesn't arrive until 7 o'clock the village will continue to act as if it were 3 o'clock; if this means eating dinner in the middle of the night then so be it, rules are rules. Every Sunday the villagers gather at the local pub to eat their Sunday lunch only beginning when the 12:03 hurtles past. Ever since the first train passed by they have followed this idea and life has been pleasant if slightly awkward. But one Sunday afternoon the 12:03 never arrives and the village discovers just how long Sunday afternoons can last. After the overwhelming response to last years "First Edition Second Edition" Bideford based White Hippos Productions return with their new show.