Is this mystery couple from Norwich? National Express bid to reunite couple with album

NATIONAL EXPRESS - 45 YEARS OLDPictured the August 7th 1965 Wedding Photo Album of Brian Lewis & Pat

NATIONAL EXPRESS - 45 YEARS OLDPictured the August 7th 1965 Wedding Photo Album of Brian Lewis & Patricia Cavanagh at St Clements Church. The Photographic album was handed in after being found at Birmingham Coach Station and National Express would like to reunite the album with the familyFOR FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT: Ros Golds on 0121 460 8419 / 07825 976 593 or rosalyn.golds@nationalexpress.comPicture by Adam Fradgley - Credit: Adam Fradgley/Exposure

A heartfelt appeal has been launched by the National Express - to reunite a couple with their lost wedding album.

NATIONAL EXPRESS - 45 YEARS OLDPictured the August 7th 1965 Wedding Photo Album of Brian Lewis & Pat

NATIONAL EXPRESS - 45 YEARS OLDPictured the August 7th 1965 Wedding Photo Album of Brian Lewis & Patricia Cavanagh at St Clements Church. The Photographic album was handed in after being found at Birmingham Coach Station and National Express would like to reunite the album with the familyFOR FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT: Ros Golds on 0121 460 8419 / 07825 976 593 or rosalyn.golds@nationalexpress.comPicture by Adam Fradgley - Credit: Adam Fradgley/Exposure

August 7 will be the 51st anniversary of Brian Lewis and Patricia Cavanagh, who tied to knot at a mystery 'St Clements Church' on Saturday, August 7, 1965.

It is thought the couple may have made their vows in the region - as at the time there was a church on Colegate, Norwich by that very name.

The album is filled with black and white photographs of the happy couple, and was lost by a coach customer last year.

It was eventually handed in the staff at Birmingham Coach Station, prompting the plea.

NATIONAL EXPRESS - 45 YEARS OLDPictured the August 7th 1965 Wedding Photo Album of Brian Lewis & Pat

NATIONAL EXPRESS - 45 YEARS OLDPictured the August 7th 1965 Wedding Photo Album of Brian Lewis & Patricia Cavanagh at St Clements Church. The Photographic album was handed in after being found at Birmingham Coach Station and National Express would like to reunite the album with the familyFOR FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT: Ros Golds on 0121 460 8419 / 07825 976 593 or rosalyn.golds@nationalexpress.comPicture by Adam Fradgley - Credit: Adam Fradgley/Exposure


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The album was lost during what was the couple's Golden anniversary year.

The details, which were lovingly filled in to the album, reveal that also at the wedding was best man Derrick and bridesmaids Jenny and Christine.

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Lost property manager Claire Horvath said: 'The photographs of Brian and Patricia are absolutely charming and the wedding looks to be such a happy day.

'We don't know who lost the wedding album but it is clear it must hold huge sentimental appeal to have been carried around after all these years.

NATIONAL EXPRESS - 45 YEARS OLDPictured are Rosalyn Golds Head of Media National Express & Shaun Ste

NATIONAL EXPRESS - 45 YEARS OLDPictured are Rosalyn Golds Head of Media National Express & Shaun Stead Coach Driver with the August 7th 1965 Wedding Photo Album of Brian Lewis & Patricia Cavanagh at St Clements Church. The Photographic album was handed in after being found at Birmingham Coach Station and National Express would like to reunite the album with the familyFOR FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT: Ros Golds on 0121 460 8419 / 07825 976 593 or rosalyn.golds@nationalexpress.comPicture by Adam Fradgley - Credit: Adam Fradgley/Exposure

'We're really keen to get this album home – wherever that may be – and would be overjoyed for it to be returned to its rightful owner'.

The album has a well worn cream cover and contains 15 photographs of the happy occasion in total.

Do you know the people this priceless relic belongs to? Let us know by commenting below.

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