Corrie's Lydia to mount campaign to snare old flame Adam

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Coronation Street's Lydia Chambers is to mount a campaign to snare her old flame Adam Barlow this Valentine's Day in Weatherfield credit:Bang Showbiz
Coronation Street's Lydia Chambers is to mount a campaign to snare her old flame Adam Barlow this Valentine's Day in Weatherfield credit:Bang Showbiz

Coronation Street's Lydia Chambers is to mount a campaign to snare her old flame Adam Barlow this Valentine's Day in Weatherfield.

The soap schemer - played by Rebecca Ryan - will set about trying to ruin Adam (Sam Robertson) and Sarah Barlow's (Tina O'Brien) relationship for good, after cobbles fans were recently left shocked to find out Lydia is her ex Adam's mystery tormentor.

Lydia's dangerous obsession will escalate to new heights in the coming weeks, which will leave Sarah unable to know who to trust as Lydia seeks revenge on her former boyfriend.

What's more, there is more potential Valentine's Day gloom in Weatherfield this year as the Barlows attempt to put a stop to Amy Barlow's (Elle Mulvaney) blossoming romance with Jacob Hay (Jack James Ryan).

Amy's dad Steve McDonald (Simon Gregson) will see red and punch Jacob after his daughter collapses in a club, as the cabbie believes drug dealer Jacob is at fault.

Elsewhere on the cobbles, Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard) agrees to give his and Daisy Midgeley's (Charlotte Jordan) relationship another go.

Last month, Rob admitted he was hoping Daniel would end up with Daisy.

He said: "I think he should be with Daisy because there’s a lot for both of them to get out of that relationship, whether it’s long term or not I think it will be good for both of them.

"He does like Lydia, it just happened very quickly from a Christmas fling and I think in a way he was using Lydia to show he’d moved on from Daisy and has this new relationship but it just doesn’t have the same pull for him."

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