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A village wedding - Updated June 2nd 2013
For the first time in many years All Saints Church was the venue for a wedding in which both Bride and Groom were from families resident in Farringdon, an event which drew quite an audience, many with cameras, to the Church Green.
Needless to say the 'Biz' "photographer" was also on hand to record the event and even the weather relented with an afternoon of sunshine and almost Spring like temperatures.
The Bridegroom, David Prynne arrived looking very calm and collected and had time for a chat with the arriving guests.
Not far behind were three generations of Prynnes making the long trek from the family seat.
The Bridesmaids were next to arrive and were greeted by the Rev. Tony Pears who was conducting the service.
A proper photographer was in action for the traditional pose under the Lytch Gate.
While Nikki updated Tony on the arrival time of her daughter after a minor crisis with the wedding dress.
Clive's Mercedes soon appeared carrying the bride and Miss Eleanor Orchard arrived at the Church gate, giving the spectators a first glimpse of the wedding dress.
There was a flurry of activity among the paparazzi as this couple emerged from the Church at the end of the service, and even more when the newly wed David and Eleanor Prynne appeared.
Not everybody was giving full attention to the Bride and groom, some took to exploring the churchyard while others decided a little bit of groundwork was called for.
With the wedding party gathering for the traditional photo in the Church yard the rest of the guest made their way back to the reception but not before John took a few snaps of his own to record the events of the day
Eventually the photo call was over and the newly wed Mr and Mrs Prynne walked left the Church to join the wedding guests.
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