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The Woodville is offering couples the chance to renew their wedding vows for free

PUBLISHED: 17:09 19 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:09 19 February 2018

Wedding vow renewals are being offered as part of the theatre's 50th anniversary. Picture: Woodville theatre

Wedding vow renewals are being offered as part of the theatre's 50th anniversary. Picture: Woodville theatre

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As part of The Woodville’s 50th anniversary, the theatre will be offering couples the opportunity to renew their vows for free, with up to 50 guests.

The offer will include the venue, a celebrant to officiate the ceremony, boquets and decorations, a dove release, photographer, wedding cake and champagne on arrival.

To be in with a chance to win, send the Woodville Theatre a private message on Facebook (www.facebook.co.uk/WoodvilleGravesend) telling them why you would like to renew your wedding vows there.

Theatre manager Mandy Hare, who will be qualifying as a celebrant for Vow Renewals prior to the ceremony, said: “We will be making this day really special for a married couple that would like to officially renew their vows.

“I am delighted to have the opportunity to become a celebrant and to have the privilege of sharing such a special moment for a Woodville couple.”

Couples must live or have links to Gravesham. For further terms and conditions please go to www.woodville.co.uk

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