Andrew Wale and Neil Allard
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Gay couple to be first to marry in Brighton

A gay couple from Brighton will make history when they become the first same sex couple to marry in the city.

Andrew Wale and Neil Allard beat 11 couples to be chosen to be the first to wed at the Royal Pavilion.

They are one of five same sex couples who will marry in Brighton on 29 March.

BBC South East Today's Chrissie Reidy spoke to Mr Wale, Brighton and Hove councillor Leo Littman and Mr Allard.

  • 25 Mar 2014
  • From the section Sussex
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