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Owslebury newlyweds celebrate with horticultural show
2:00pm Tuesday 13th August 2013 in News
MOST brides leave their wedding to head for the reception after throwing their floral bouquet over their shoulder to be caught by an excited bridesmaid.
Jennifer White stepped into the field next to the church to officially open the first horticultural show in a Hampshire village for some 40 years.
Jennifer and Nigel White have resurrected the Owslebury Horticultural Show and attracted hundreds of people on Saturday.
The marquee with its clipped grassy floor and its languid wasps was filled with trestle tables displaying the skills of villagers, from chocolate cakes to onion sets and children’s models to jam.
Jennifer, 46, said: “If you are going to get married you have to make it unique.”
Nigel, 57, of Whaddon Lane, who runs a vehicle recovery firm, said: “We missed the show when it closed. I have tried very hard to recreate it.
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