Emmerdale spoilers: Noah's sentence revealed as Charity clashes with Kerry

EMOTIONS are running high for Noah Dingle as he's set to find out what sentence he will receive for stalking Chloe Harris.

Meanwhile, his mother Charity gets embroiled in an argument with Kerry Wyatt next week in Emmerdale.

The future looks bleak for village youngster Noah Dingle (portrayed by Jack Downham) as he faces comeuppance for terrorising former flame Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland).

In recent episodes, the troublemaker showed up in court alongside his mother Charity (played by Emma Atkins) who was a witness to him almost assaulting Chloe.

As Noah waits for his sentence to be made official, the pressure becomes hard to handle and his loved ones are doing all that they can to support him.

Sadly for Charity, Noah would rather reject her than accept her help.

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Coming up next week, Noah also gets Mackenzie Boyd's (Lawrence Robb) support when the latter collars village solicitor Ethan Anderson (Emile John) in the Woolpack.

He takes it upon himself to ask about Noah's chances in court – unaware that Kerry Wyatt (Laura Norton) has overheard their conversation.

Furious, Chloe Harris' maid gets into an argument about Noah.

Charity has had enough of Kerry's attitude and decides to throw her out altogether.

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Later on, she's pleased to see Noah outside the pub but she's quickly hurt when he continues to blame her for his woes as Charity was the one to turn him in to the authorities.

Another argument ensues during which Mackenzie and Charity support one another, much to Noah's surprise.

But in later scenes, in the pub, Charity wonders if she’s done the right thing.

Despite his irritable mood, Noah is grateful for Belle's support as they leave for court but refuses to get his stuff from Charity's claiming he doesn't have a mother anymore.


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Speaking of which, Charity is determined to put on a brave face ahead of Noah's sentencing – while Sarah realises that everybody has forgotten her birthday, gutted to have Noah's issues overshadow her big day.

Charity’s devastated to witness her son leave the village looking so lost and alone but their relationship seems damaged beyond repair.

While in court, Charity sees Noah’s reaction to her arrival and regrets coming.

As the sentencing commences, the group anxiously await Noah’s fate.

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