Couples renew their vows as Will and Kate wed

WEDDING VOWS VOUPLES    l/r: Irene and Andrew Cottam, Pauline and Vic Gould, Susan and Peter White and in front, Kath and Keith Cresswell,  who are renewing their wedding vows at the Brunswick Gardens Retirement Centre, Woodhouse.  28 April 2011

WEDDING VOWS VOUPLES l/r: Irene and Andrew Cottam, Pauline and Vic Gould, Susan and Peter White and in front, Kath and Keith Cresswell, who are renewing their wedding vows at the Brunswick Gardens Retirement Centre, Woodhouse. 28 April 2011

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I DO - all over again!

Four happily married couples took the opportunity of the Royal Wedding Day to renew their vows in a special ceremony.

They are all residents at Brunswick Gardens retirement village in Woodhouse, and decided to come together on the same day that Prince William tied the knot with Kate Middleton for the event at the local village hall.

Susan and Peter White said ‘I do’ again after 44 years of married life, while Pauline and Vic Gould decided to show the world how much they love each other again after 29 years together.

Kath and Keith Morgan-Cresswell marked 13 years of marriage with the event, and Irene and Andrew Cottam celebrated a decade together with the vow renewal.

The service was led by Rev David Gough, vicar of St James Church in Woodhouse, and also welcomed a bridesmaid and two flower girls.

Residents came together for the occasion after watching the Royal Wedding on television, and celebrated again afterwards with a party.

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