be horrified to find dream wedding venue surrounding A young bride to be says her wedding has been "ruined" after discovering her dream venue is surrounded by scaffolding with just days to go coach outlet sale 911 before her big day.
Molly Cresswell was left distraught after the finding coach outlet purses backpack out the church where she is due to get married on Saturday is a "complete eyesore". The 23 year old has been looking forward to marrying her partner Brett Wilton since the pair booked the wedding in August last year at St Michael's Church in Holbrook. But, to her horror, Molly spotted the scaffolding when she drove past the church last Thursday. She has since been told it will be attached to the church for at least six weeks. It means the pair have been left with little option but to go through with their big day. Molly said: "It's a complete eyesore it's like getting married on a building site which is not every bride's dream," she said. "It's a beautiful church but the scaffolding has completely taken the beauty away from it. Cake maker Harry Gowdy jailed for sex attacks on girl under 13 "I can't have any photographs there. We've paid a lot of money for a photographer who now has to photoshop Brett and me into a different photo. It's just put a massive downer on it all and Brett is fuming. "Nobody brought it to our attention that they are fixing the roof and they have decided to do it the week before my wedding. "I asked the vicar if the scaffolding would be taken down for my wedding day and she said 'no, it's a six week process'. "It's a really special place for me I didn't want to get married anywhere else." Brett Wilton and Molly Cresswell say their wedding day has been ruined because their dream church venue is covered in scaffolding Molly said the church is special to her because it was where she attended assemblies in her school days at Holbrook Primary School and because coach outlet stores us online her gran is buried there. She said it was too late to book anywhere else but is hoping to still coach outlet purses young enjoy the day despite the upsetting news. Derby City Council has spent on temporary workers while axing hundreds of staff Up to 70 people will be attending Molly and Brett's special day. She added: "I feel quite embarrassed that people will be walking in and seeing that and thinking 'oh my gosh what an eyesore.
'" Pictured is St Michael's Church in Holbrook without the scaffolding Reverend Nicky Fenton apologised to the couple and said she is working with them to "minimise the impact" of the scaffolding. She said: "The inside of the church isn't affected at all by the scaffolding so the photographs should be fine inside. There's an area outside which overlooks the countryside and that's where most couples choose to have their photos.
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