Cambourne Morrisons wedding planned by couple

A couple have admitted to being "mad as a box of frogs" after choosing to marry in a Cambridgeshire supermarket.

Rebecca Wooller and Blake Green, who met in September, are to wed at Morrisons in Cambourne in March.

Ms Wooller said she had been ill and the only "date" they could manage was a meal at the store. "It holds real sentimental memories for us because we laughed so much," she said.

Morrisons said it was "absolutely thrilled" for the couple.

The firm said it was "delighted we can help make their day extra-special".

Ms Wooller, 44, was introduced to Mr Green, 53, by their landlady.

Image copyright Rebecca Wooller
Image caption The couple are planning to marry in March

"Blake said he fell in love with me at that very moment but didn't have the nerve to say," she said.

The pair got to know each other better when Ms Wooller became unwell, and Mr Green looked after her.

'Such a laugh'

"I was in a very bad way, but Blake took me to hospital and looked after me. He basically saved my life," she said.

During her illness the furthest Ms Wooller could venture was to Morrisons, in the centre of the village.

"Our one and only date was a meal at the cafe, but we also went there to do our shopping. We had such a laugh when we were there," she said.

Image copyright Rebecca Wooller
Image caption Ms Wooller said she had not yet decided which supermarket aisle she would walk down

Mr Green proposed in December and the couple decided the supermarket was where they wanted to celebrate their marriage.

"We have to register legally but then a celebrant can preside over the wedding in the store," Ms Wooller said.

"The manager was really up for it and Morrisons are thinking about how they can make the place look special for us and our guests."

She said she had not yet decided which aisle she and her new husband would walk down.

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