Call the fire brigade - we're getting hitched!
Story by MAGGIE GIBSON BRIDEGROOM Nigel Everitt made an emergency call to make sure his bride had her dream transport to their Valentine s Day wedding. Not only did the romantic farmer keep the wedding a secret until the last possible moment, he arranged
Story by MAGGIE GIBSON
BRIDEGROOM Nigel Everitt made an emergency call to make sure his bride had her dream transport to their Valentine's Day wedding.
Not only did the romantic farmer keep the wedding a secret until the last possible moment, he arranged for his fiancee Dee Everitt, and her five bridesmaids to travel to March Register Office in a customised fire engine.
Dee's youngest daughter, 12-year-old Sophie, first had the idea of the fire engine. She said: "She just likes firemen and I thought it would be a good idea."
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Nigel made a call to Stretched4style of Peterborough and the 14-seater fire engine was ready on call for the big day.
Nigel's sister, Tracey Rush, said: "Dee has always had a thing about firemen and fire engines and it is such a romantic thing for her to go to the wedding in a fire engine."
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Dee, who organised her part of the wedding in just one week, loved her wedding transport and couldn't think of a better way to travel. Speaking shortly before the ceremony, she said: "I did it all in a week, the dresses and everything. I just kept calm and didn't panic. I like firemen and fire engines and it has made the day."
The couple, who live at Pondersbridge, emerged from the ceremony to travel to a reception at The Lion, Ramsey, aboard the fire engine with the rest of the bridal party.