In the end he decided to give his own leaving party a miss and headed home alone.He returned for Ken Melvin's funeral later that year.PCSO Colin Fairfax arrived at Sun Hill along with another PCSO, Laura Bryant.
This is a list of characters from the police drama The Bill ordered alphabetically by character surname.
For a full list of characters ordered by rank, see list of The Bill characters.
The characters are all police officers or civilian staff at the fictional Sun Hill police station in London.
PC Francis "Taffy" Edwards was known as the 'thin streak of Welsh misery'.
A quiet country boy who hailed from a poor farming family near Bangor, he sometimes struggled to adapt to city life.
Edwards was extremely lazy, often thinking up ingenious ways to avoid having to do serious work – but he had an infectious charm and was popular amongst the relief. Edwards is probably best remembered for when he got hopelessly drunk on his stag night and ended up stripped naked and abandoned in the street by his mates from Sun Hill – much to the annoyance of Mary, his Welsh bride-to-be.After brushes with pigs, chickens and assorted oddballs, he asked for a transfer back to Wales.His final day convinced him he had made the right decision: Brownlow did not seem to know who he was and Conway thought he had already left.His time at Sun Hill came to an end when after he spat in PC Kapoor's face whilst in the canteen and subsequently left the station.DC Ken Drummond was tasked with bringing him back into the station and found him drinking in a local pub.DC Drummond tried his best to persuade Fairfax to return but when he refused, DC Drummond went to arrest him.