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UNIQUE SETTING: Hayley Matthew of Surfers Paradise and Steve Kemp of the Bahamas were married by Rev John Thornton at the Bexhill open air cathedral.
UNIQUE SETTING: Hayley Matthew of Surfers Paradise and Steve Kemp of the Bahamas were married by Rev John Thornton at the Bexhill open air cathedral. Contributed

WHERE is better than the Bahamas for a wedding?

Silly question - the Bexhill open air cathedral of course!

Bahamian bridegroom Steve Kemp and his Gold Coast-based love Hayley Matthew chose the date of the century - 12-12-12 - to wed at the renowned open air cathedral.

Reverend John Thornton of the Lismore Uniting Church did the honours before about 70 guests and a bridal party that included a total of 12 attendants for the bride and groom.

The wedding party and most of the guests travelled to the ceremony in unique style, hiring a former London red double-decker bus from Byron Bay to the cathedral at Inspiration Point.

The couple plan to settle together at Surfers Paradise.



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