Help us find Saffron Walden’s ‘most romantic’ couple

12:50 21 February 2014

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Saffron Walden's most romantic couple: Catherine and James. Can you help track them down?

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The Reporter is playing cupid this week as we bid to track down Saffron Walden’s “most romantic” couple.

Catherine and James, pictured, were just one of many loved-up couples who shared a Valentine’s smooch in a kissing booth outside Saks hairdressers, in King Street, on Saturday.

And they were chosen as the most romantic by the ­orchestrator of all the love in the air – Claire Ashman-Smith, of Ickleton-based florists Waterbaby Flowers. She came up with an idea to have the booth, which she hires out for weddings and parties. Couples were ­photographed together with props such as stick-on moustaches and silly hats.

“Catherine and James were chosen for being such good sports and getting so excited when they saw all the props,” Claire said. “I’ve posted a message on my Facebook page to say they’ve won a makeover for two at Saks and a bouquet from Waterbaby Flowers but so far they haven’t been in touch. Let’s hope between us we can track them down!”

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