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School hosts its very own Royal Wedding ceremony

PUBLISHED: 10:57 24 May 2018 | UPDATED: 10:57 24 May 2018

Emmanuel pre-school in Bungay staged its own Royal Wedding. Picture: Jane Vass

Emmanuel pre-school in Bungay staged its own Royal Wedding. Picture: Jane Vass

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A pre-school staged its very own Royal Wedding as they looked forward to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day.

There was a Royal Wedding get-together at The White Horse in Chedgrave. Picture: Jane VassThere was a Royal Wedding get-together at The White Horse in Chedgrave. Picture: Jane Vass

Emmanuel Pre-school in Bungay began the celebration on Thursday, May 17, by holding a service at its church, with Willow Heaney as the bride and Charlie Cook the bridegroom.

A group of 17 youngsters dressed up specially for the occasion, before returning to the hall for the wedding reception where there was cake and biscuits to enjoy - made by the children themselves.

The children then paid a visit to Holmwood residential home on Upper Holland Street, where they told the ladies and gentlemen about the ceremony and showed off their wedding costumes.

In addition, a number of shops and businesses in Bungay also decorated their windows with a Royal Wedding theme as a way of celebrating the occasion and showing their support for the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex.


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