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5. Doncaster 'I do'
Dawn Webb of Chard, Somerset and Philip (Deno) Dennis of Doncaster were married at Taunton Registry Office in 2009 - and the couple spent their honeymoon in Wetherspoons, Chard, Somerset.
At The Red Lion in Doncaster Market Square after the unveiling of the plaque to commemorate 230 years since the birth of Freemasonry in Doncaster in 2010 were left to right: Doug King (Master Mason at St Georges Lodge), Mike Brearley (Master of St Georges Lodge), Chris Kitchen (Wetherspoons Shift Manager), Kayleigh O'Brian (Wetherspoon Duty manager), Tony Brailsford (Assistant Provincial Grand Master) and Peter Brindley (Lodge Liaison Officer).