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SERENDIPITY BRIDES REACH THE FINALS OF THE WEDDING IDEAS AWARDS 2013.


Along with four other bridalwear boutiques accross the UK the award evening, voted for by brides across the uk, was held at the Tower Hotel in London. Proprietor Lisa tells us “Obviously I am thrilled to bits to have been in the fi nal of the awards as we have now been open eight years. I have a fantastic team of six girls who are like my family and have had such strong feedback from our brides about our service. To be up for an award for the best shop in the uk is fantastic”.


SERENDIPITY BRIDES: 62 High St, Weedon, Northants. www.serendipitybrides.co.uk


VALENTINES SINGLES NIGHT


Music, magic and mingling are on the menu at a special Valentines singles night being staged at Northampton Museum and Art Gallery on Wednesday 13 February.


Singletons aged 25 to 45 are in for an entertaining evening. Neal Asbury will perform his Tribute to Swing set that brings a new feel to many of the old favourites, including Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Dean Martin and Nat King Cole. Magician David Fox who is well known on the international stage will be performing his slick magic skills. T ere will also be a host of other activities and ice breakers for people to enjoy on the night.


Tickets priced £10, which includes a free drink, are available in advance from the museum on Guildhall Road or by phoning 01604 837397. T ere will be a bar


to purchase more refreshments. In association with Northampton Saints Rugby Club


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