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Anti-hunt bride told to fox off; EXCLUSIVE.


A COUPLE have been banned from marrying in a medieval barn because the bride-to-be is anti-foxhunting.

When the barn's owner Denise Reynolds heard that Zoe Mendies was a member of the League Against Cruel Sports she cancelled her booking.

Now Zoe and her fiance Kushal Patel, both 25, have to look elsewhere.

Zoe said: "I did say to her it is simply a matter of a difference of opinion."

Zoe and Kushal hoped to get married at Notley Tythe Barn in Long Crendon, Bucks, next year.

Keen hunter Mrs Reynolds said: "If you had been abused in the way I have by members of that organisation you would take the same view."

She said she was puzzled they wanted a wedding at a venue adorned with stuffed stag heads.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Oct 8, 2004
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