| Margie Drewe |
|Residence||Yew Tree Farm, Yorkshire, England|
|Hair colour||Reddish brown|
|Family|| Tim Drewe (husband)|
Peter Drewe (son)
Mr Drewe (father-in-law)
Mrs Drewe (mother-in-law)
|Behind the scenes|
|Portrayed by||Emma Lowndes|
Margie Drewe is the wife of tenant farmer Timothy Drewe.
Margie lives on Yew Tree Farm with her husband and children, whom she adores.
In 1924, when Marigold moves to Yew Tree, Margie becomes suspicious of Lady Edith's continual visits. She tells her husband she thinks Edith has a soft spot for him, which he scoffs off. Her suspicions lead Tim to suggest to Edith they come up with a new arrangement for Edith and her daughter.
When Tim proposes naming Edith as Marigold's godmother, Margie is opposed to the idea, her sister already having been named as much. She later voices her opinions to her husband, seeing Edith as thinking of Marigold like a doll and their home is becoming a doll house. She was also upset that Tim was speaking of Marigold as not having a family, seeing herself, him, and their children as Marigold's family now.
Later, she angrily refuses to let Edith have Marigold.
|Appearances and Mentions|
|Series 5||Episode 1|
|Episode 3||Episode 4||Episode 5||Episode 6||Episode 7||Episode 8||Christmas Special|
- Margie is a variant of the names Margaret and Marjorie, so it is possible Margie Drewe's name is either Margaret, Margery, or Marjorie, but this has not been confirmed.