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Pub will help girls pop the question.

A WOMAN with her eyes on matrimony will be given a place in history by a Nuneaton pub - as long as she pops the question on February 29.

The Fox and Crane, in Weddington Road, is known for having decorative spoons to mark its table numbers, but it has now commissioned a special, one-off spoon to mark a Leap Year proposal.

Matt Buckingham, the pub's landlord, wants to hear from any woman who will be taking advantage of the day to pop the question, and he has designed the spoon to help her.

The spoon is etched with the words 'Will you marry me?' on one side and the historic date of February 29 on the other, with the name of the pub running down the stem.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Feb 23, 2004
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