South Norfolk wedding venue makes free ceremony offer on leap day
A south Norfolk wedding venue is offering one lucky couple the free use of their chapel to mark February 29 - a day when traditionally the tables are turned and women may propose marriage.
The Pennoyer Centre at Pulham St Mary is giving away the use of its historic Guild Chapel for a date any time before the end of 2013.
The leap day prize is worth �500 and the competition is open until midnight on Saturday, March 3 when the winning entry will be drawn out of a hat.
Sheila King, chairman of the Pennoyer Centre, said the venue was a perfect place for couples looking to have a small intimate wedding ceremony with up to 70 guests.
She added that the prize was subject to the venue and a registrar's availability, but there were still some dates free in August.
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Entries to the competition should be emailed to email@example.com
For further details about the Pennoyer Centre, visit www.pennoyers.org.uk
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