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Friends and family celebrate Peter and Dorothy Bane's wedding day. Wedding bells have rung for a couple in their 80s who found love again after moving in together during lockdown. Peter Bane asked his wife Dorothy to marry him in a Christmas card proposal last year, which read "to my future wife" on the card.
The Christmas card from Peter Bane to Dorothy Dickinson, where he proposed by putting 'future wife' on the card. The couple, from Stalham, met nearly two decades ago as members of Stalham Baptist Church, which was the venue of their nuptials on Saturday afternoon. On Saturday afternoon they were ed by friends and family, with Mr Bane's son John giving the bride away. Mrs Bane, nee Dickinson, wore a cream dress with turquoise and peach swirls and carried a bouquet of yellow roses, while her husband wore a suit with a white carnation in his buttonhole. After the service, they went to the Stables for their reception, but even with restrictions in place, Mrs Bane said it was a wonderful day.
We were so happy and everybody was so happy. They were saying what a lovely day it was. The pair reconnected at a coffee morning at the church and as the first lockdown approach, they took the plunge to move in together.
After the coffee morning, Mr Bane dropped his future wife home but could not stay for coffee as he had to return home to Freida - the family tortoise. It led to the couple going out for lunch two to three times a week with Mr Bane moving into their home in Stalham last May. Lillian Bane, five, was flower girl for her great grandad's wedding. Mr Bane's daughter Janet was one of the matrons of honour and his great-granddaughter Lillian, five, was the couple's flower girl. The couple continue to remember their late spouses Brian and Dulcie with photographs in their home.
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Wedding bells for couple in 80s who found love in lockdown