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SWINTON COUPLE NEED SALFORD VOTES FOR 25,000 DREAM WEDDING
 

Star date: 5th August 2017

HAYLEY AND MATT NEED SALFORD SUPPORT FOR DREAM WEDDING

Swinton's Hayley and Matt, former Moorside High School pupils, have been shortlisted from two thousand couples to to win a dream 25,000 wedding package in a Mirror competition. But they need Salford votes to win. It takes two clicks and nowt else.

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Hayley and partner Matthew need Salford people to vote for them in order to win a dream wedding worth 25,000, which includes a venue of their choice, outfits for bride, bridesmaids and 25 guests and a honeymoon in Thailand.

The Swinton couple are on a shortlist of eight, from an original two thousand entries to a Mirror competition. The vote-off couple notes have Hayley and Matt down as 'the former playground foes turned soulmates...

'What started out in school as pulling pigtails and tripping each other up in corridors actually hid an attraction...Cue the scene where Hayley changes her hair, ditches the glasses and 16 year Matt is bowled over'...

"We are childhood sweethearts who have known each other since being 11 when we got put into the same form at Moorside High School" Hayley told the Salfiord Star "We got together nine years ago and had a baby one year ago. We would love to be married but just can't save up at the minute as the cost of childcare is too much.

"We need all the votes we can get and it would be amazing if Salford could get behind us" she added "It is a blind vote so we don't have any idea of how we are doing. People can vote multiple times but need to make sure they get the green 'thank you' tick after every vote."

To vote you don't have to register or anything - just click on the Mirror website - click here - scroll down to the bottom of the page, choose 'Hayley and Matthew' and tick the 'I am not a robot' box. Done.

Voting is open until Tuesday August 8th at 7pm. The couple with the most votes will become the winner.

Gemma Baggaley wrote
at 3:01:00 AM on Monday, August 7, 2017
Hi. Im not originally from Salford, but have lived here for the past four years. I too needed to ask people for help, in which the good people of Salford were here for me, so I think it's time I returned the favour somehow.and if it's someone asking me to vote, to try help them get their dream, them I'm here for them. Good luck to the couple. Hope you get your dream guys. Xx

Edna challender wrote
at 11:07:27 PM on Saturday, August 5, 2017
Wish you all the luck and happiness hope you win xxxc

Kirsty Thompson wrote
at 11:07:11 PM on Saturday, August 5, 2017
Fingers crossed for you both

Fred Feber wrote
at 11:36:23 AM on Saturday, August 5, 2017
Good luck guys

Nigel Berrisford wrote
at 11:36:19 AM on Saturday, August 5, 2017
I'M a swinton lad born and bread, ex Moerside school pupil. If they can win a free wedding good luck to them, I understand how expensive they are these days. Good luck guys.

Norman Bell wrote
at 11:36:15 AM on Saturday, August 5, 2017
Nice to see a local couple, winning something, please vote, to make it happen

Anita reed wrote
at 8:58:48 AM on Saturday, August 5, 2017
Go for it guys hope u win xxx

Jon Smith wrote
at 4:10:47 AM on Saturday, August 5, 2017
I hope the people of Salford get behind this couple, come on guys give them your vote and get them their dream wedding. Thorn and Pendleton Blog News are also backing them, get on facebook and ask your friends to vote as well, lets make it a win for the North west.

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