Love me tender? Rare engine ride

PUBLISHED: 06:17 20 July 2006 | UPDATED: 09:44 31 May 2010

Amy is pictured with her father and two bridesmaids, sister Kate and Tracy Harrington - Pic: DICK HARDING

Amy is pictured with her father and two bridesmaids, sister Kate and Tracy Harrington - Pic: DICK HARDING

AMY Jennings arrived in style when she married fireman Darren Hart at St Mary s Church in Saffron Walden on Saturday. The 22-year-old was driven to the church in the 1956 open-top Dennis F2 fire engine which her father, Jeff Jennings, has had restored. Mr

AMY Jennings arrived in style when she married fireman Darren Hart at St Mary's Church in Saffron Walden on Saturday.

The 22-year-old was driven to the church in the 1956 open-top Dennis F2 fire engine which her father, Jeff Jennings, has had restored.

Mr Hart said: "The whole day went as well as weddings can go, and it was nice to do something a little bit different.

"The fire engine certainly turned a few heads, both when Amy arrived at the church and when we were driven to our reception at the Stansted Manor Hotel.

"Amy's dad drove the engine, which is one of only five remaining in the country and it made the day very special."

The couple have lived in Saffron Walden for six years. Mr Hart is part of the Green Watch at Barking Fire Station and the new Mrs Hart works for the Home Farm Trust in Ugley.

They are to spend their honeymoon cruising around the Mediterranean.

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