Neighbours Erect Angry Signs Warning Not To Get Married At Popular Wedding Venue
Furious locals greeted loved-up couples who were heading to their wedding venue with angry signs.
Disgruntled villagers have put up hand-made signs telling couples who were heading to a stately home for their big day that they’re “not welcome”.
It’s after claims that some wedding guests were weeing in their gardens – and it seems like they’ve all had enough.
One sign in particular reads: “Brides and grooms not welcome in Oxnead” and is pitched near the 16th century estate of Oxnead Hall in Aylsham, Norfolk.
Others include: “No more weddings we’ve had enough” and: “Exclusive? More than 100 weddings this year”.
Nearby residents have also accused wedding guests of “relieving themselves in gardens”, “wandering through yards” and keeping them up by playing music late at night, HullLive reports.
Susi and Roger Crane, who own a 500-acre farm that surrounds the wedding venue, have erected three signs in their front garden, which is near the venue’s car park.
“The weddings are really having a big impact on our residents’ lives, and that’s why we are up in arms about it,” said Roger.
“They have left glasses in gardens and wandered down to the livery which houses 26 horses. They were granted permission to hold unlimited weddings, and we don’t know how that came to be.
“We have tried to challenge that with Broadland district council, but haven’t got very far.”