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Alex's and Claire's Wedding - 21st June 2010   Print 
Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Wednesday, 23 June 2010

A great friend of mine got married on the Summer Solstice...a find gentlemen, and fine lady indeedy! It was based on Sedgwick Park near Horsham.

The weather was amazing, the food was great (good choice with the Hog-Roast - nice little - well LARGE piggy there!), drink was amazing (thanks to Tesco France - luckily we went there before they closed!), good friends and entertainment and most importantly a luvly couple!

It was good seeing some good ol' uni mates - been a while meeting up with some of them, and it was a good crowd of people.

I decided to train it there, with the aim of training it back, but the late-night taxi's in Horsham were pretty crud - they told me I had to wait an hour and a half - no joke - to get a Taxi. So I could either way, and then risk missing the last-train back, or try to grab a lift from someone...which I eventually managed to do...Luckily, a nice couple were heading back to Brighton, so managed to go via Haywards Heath! Phew!

Anyway, I went a bit snappy crazy during the day, and it sure was a good session indeedy! Photos are here -->

Decided to take the Tuesday off, and luckily I did - was shattered! Ha!


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