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2nd of September 2006

Diamond Wedding Celebrations
Local residents  Kath and Ron Ray celebrated   their    Diamond     Wedding
Anniversary on the 20 July with around fifty of their friends and family in the grounds of their home in Chipperfield. In order that  guests could travel from far and wide to attend, they held their celebrations a few days earlier than the exact date.  A marquee was erected on the lawn, the champagne flowed until well into the early evening and an order was put in for good weather!  A good time was had by all!
The couple first moved to Kings Langley in 1962 and then to Chipperfield in1976 and are well known in the village. Both play bowls for Kings Langley Bowls Club.
We should like to wish Kath and Ron every happiness for many more years together.

Sian Hopkins was married to Alan Roberts on 22 July  at Our Lady Mother of the Saviour Roman Catholic Church in Dunny Lane. Sian is the only daughter of John and Diane Hopkins of “Beckley” Langley Road and is well known in the village as Brown Owl for the 1st Chipperfield Brownies, a large contingent of which attended the ceremony and formed a splendid guard of honour. After the wedding a reception was held at Millers in Kings Langley followed by an evening reception at Kings Langley Community Centre.  Sian and Alan spent their honeymoon in Jersey and have now set up home in Blackwell Road, Kings Langley.

Lysbeth and Robin Sindall of Scatterdells Lane are delighted to announce that their son Mark Stephen married Eleanor Ruth Rogers on 10 August at the Sculpture Gallery at Woburn Abbey. We wish Mark and Elly every joy and happiness throughout their lives.

Congratulations and all good wishes to Dr Mary West who will be celebrating her 80th birthday on 20 September

David and Wendy Bathurst travelled to Exeter to see son John collect his BSc. degree in geography this summer.  John will be staying on to study Sustainable Land Management and Global Warming, for his Masters.

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