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Emmerdale icon Marlon Dingle to exit soap as new job opportunity arises?

Marlon Dingle, a long-time EMMERDALE fixture, appears to be on his way out after feeling ignored by the team at The Woolpack.

Emmerdale chef Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) has been a main character in the ITV soap for over three decades. Since his cousin Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) took over The Woolpack, which he used to own with Chas Dingle, the well-loved character has been depressed (Lucy Pargeter). Will Marlon decide to leave the Dales for good and open his own restaurant in order to reclaim control of his professional life?

Charity and her partner Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) were not convinced by Marlon’s new menu plans for their pub on Tuesday’s episode of the soap.

“Is that it – the meeting is over?” Marlon asked after the two quickly looked over Marlon’s ideas.

Charity stated flatly that they would meet again at a later date to discuss the situation, but Marlon was skeptical.

An open-mouthed Marlon replied: “Well, what about the ideas I have put forward?”

Mackenzie shut Marlon down and said: “You’re staff now, you don’t call the shots.”

Marlon leaned forward in his seat, enraged, and told Mackenzie that he, too, didn’t own the place.

“Stop bickering, I will run it past Ryan and see what he says,” Charity interjected. 

Malon told Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) after they left that he thought Mackenzie was a “idiot,” and Bob urged the chef to dismiss his remarks.

Marlon was then helped by Bob, who offered him the local cafe in the evenings so he could try out his pop-up food nights.

“Don’t worry,” Bob added, “you have years of experience and good ideas.”

“You could always try your pop-up nights here; this place is closed in the evenings, and if you rented it out, it would be a little extra money for us as well.”

Marlon was overjoyed at the prospect of being his own boss once more, and told Bob, “You have made a grumpy man very happy.”

Marlon was recently rehired as The Woolpack’s chef, and he’s been busy putting together a new menu for when the village pub reopens, as Emmerdale fans will know.

But he’s been having a hard time dealing with Charity, who bought the pub after he was forced to sell it.

Bob has managed to cheer Marlon up by offering him the opportunity to open a pop-up restaurant at a local cafe, but will this be enough to keep Marlon happy?

Will Marlon’s pop-up restaurant be so successful that he needs to relocate to a larger location outside of Emmerdale?

If the business venture succeeds, Marlon may decide to sell his belongings, leave his job at The Woolpack, and open his own restaurant.

Charity may be angry with herself for ignoring Marlon’s menu recommendations in the first place.

Charity may be the only way to keep Marlon from leaving the village if she begins to listen to his ideas and trust his judgment.

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Marlon Dingle, a long-time EMMERDALE fixture, appears to be on his way out after feeling ignored by the team at The Woolpack.

Emmerdale chef Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) has been a main character in the ITV soap for over three decades. Since his cousin Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) took over The Woolpack, which he used to own with Chas Dingle, the well-loved character has been depressed (Lucy Pargeter). Will Marlon decide to leave the Dales for good and open his own restaurant in order to reclaim control of his professional life?

Charity and her partner Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) were not convinced by Marlon’s new menu plans for their pub on Tuesday’s episode of the soap.

“Is that it – the meeting is over?” Marlon asked after the two quickly looked over Marlon’s ideas.

Charity stated flatly that they would meet again at a later date to discuss the situation, but Marlon was skeptical.

An open-mouthed Marlon replied: “Well, what about the ideas I have put forward?”

Mackenzie shut Marlon down and said: “You’re staff now, you don’t call the shots.”

Marlon leaned forward in his seat, enraged, and told Mackenzie that he, too, didn’t own the place.

“Stop bickering, I will run it past Ryan and see what he says,” Charity interjected. 

Malon told Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) after they left that he thought Mackenzie was a “idiot,” and Bob urged the chef to dismiss his remarks.

Marlon was then helped by Bob, who offered him the local cafe in the evenings so he could try out his pop-up food nights.

“Don’t worry,” Bob added, “you have years of experience and good ideas.”

“You could always try your pop-up nights here; this place is closed in the evenings, and if you rented it out, it would be a little extra money for us as well.”

Marlon was overjoyed at the prospect of being his own boss once more, and told Bob, “You have made a grumpy man very happy.”

Marlon was recently rehired as The Woolpack’s chef, and he’s been busy putting together a new menu for when the village pub reopens, as Emmerdale fans will know.

But he’s been having a hard time dealing with Charity, who bought the pub after he was forced to sell it.

Bob has managed to cheer Marlon up by offering him the opportunity to open a pop-up restaurant at a local cafe, but will this be enough to keep Marlon happy?

Will Marlon’s pop-up restaurant be so successful that he needs to relocate to a larger location outside of Emmerdale?

If the business venture succeeds, Marlon may decide to sell his belongings, leave his job at The Woolpack, and open his own restaurant.

Charity may be angry with herself for ignoring Marlon’s menu recommendations in the first place.

Charity may be the only way to keep Marlon from leaving the village if she begins to listen to his ideas and trust his judgment.

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Marlon Dingle, a long-time EMMERDALE fixture, appears to be on his way out after feeling ignored by the team at The Woolpack.

Emmerdale chef Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) has been a main character in the ITV soap for over three decades. Since his cousin Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins) took over The Woolpack, which he used to own with Chas Dingle, the well-loved character has been depressed (Lucy Pargeter). Will Marlon decide to leave the Dales for good and open his own restaurant in order to reclaim control of his professional life?

Charity and her partner Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) were not convinced by Marlon’s new menu plans for their pub on Tuesday’s episode of the soap.

“Is that it – the meeting is over?” Marlon asked after the two quickly looked over Marlon’s ideas.

Charity stated flatly that they would meet again at a later date to discuss the situation, but Marlon was skeptical.

An open-mouthed Marlon replied: “Well, what about the ideas I have put forward?”

Mackenzie shut Marlon down and said: “You’re staff now, you don’t call the shots.”

Marlon leaned forward in his seat, enraged, and told Mackenzie that he, too, didn’t own the place.

“Stop bickering, I will run it past Ryan and see what he says,” Charity interjected. 

Malon told Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) after they left that he thought Mackenzie was a “idiot,” and Bob urged the chef to dismiss his remarks.

Marlon was then helped by Bob, who offered him the local cafe in the evenings so he could try out his pop-up food nights.

“Don’t worry,” Bob added, “you have years of experience and good ideas.”

“You could always try your pop-up nights here; this place is closed in the evenings, and if you rented it out, it would be a little extra money for us as well.”

Marlon was overjoyed at the prospect of being his own boss once more, and told Bob, “You have made a grumpy man very happy.”

Marlon was recently rehired as The Woolpack’s chef, and he’s been busy putting together a new menu for when the village pub reopens, as Emmerdale fans will know.

But he’s been having a hard time dealing with Charity, who bought the pub after he was forced to sell it.

Bob has managed to cheer Marlon up by offering him the opportunity to open a pop-up restaurant at a local cafe, but will this be enough to keep Marlon happy?

Will Marlon’s pop-up restaurant be so successful that he needs to relocate to a larger location outside of Emmerdale?

If the business venture succeeds, Marlon may decide to sell his belongings, leave his job at The Woolpack, and open his own restaurant.

Charity may be angry with herself for ignoring Marlon’s menu recommendations in the first place.

Charity may be the only way to keep Marlon from leaving the village if she begins to listen to his ideas and trust his judgment.

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