NHS staff and carers can win a free wedding at Falkirk’s Three Kings

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Tying the knot is one of the most special moments for any couple as they commit to spending their lives together.

Everyone wants their big day to be magical – a wonderful setting with expert staff to guide them through the planning, ceremony and reception.

The Three Kings in Shieldhill prides itself on offering all that and more.

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With 20 years experience, this family business has helped thousands of couples become Mr and Mrs in their fabulous venue with breathtaking views over Forth Valley.

To celebrate this landmark anniversary Three Kings owner David Cattanach and his family are teaming up with The Falkirk Herald to offer a wonderful prize for one lucky couple.

They are giving a FREE complete wedding package to one deserving pair worth in excess of £6500.

And the couple who are runners-up will also be able to enjoy the whole wedding day dream for only £1000.

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The package, for a date to be agreed, includes everything from wedding cars, a reception for 100 day guests, an evening buffet for 200, bridal flowers, kilt hire, reception entertainment and an overnight stay for the newlyweds in the recently-completed bridal suite.

It’s been a tough year for everyone in 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic as affected us all.

Weddings were initially put on hold and although now allowed to take place under strict guidelines, it is for limited numbers and without the celebration most of us have come to expect and enjoy.

The family would like to thank all those couples who have worked with them in the past, as well as at this tough time, and look forward to meeting all those who will book in the future, saying: “They make our job worthwhile.”

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This has also been the year when NHS staff and all our carers have been in the spotlight for their unstinting devotion to their patients and all those they look after.

For ten weeks the nation took part in Clap for Carers and as their special thank you the Cattanach family is offering this competition prize to NHS workers and those in the caring profession.

Mr Cattanach said: “This is our way of saying thank you to the people who have done so much for so many people in this country during the pandemic.

“Our winner can be anyone working for the NHS – a doctor, nurse, receptionist, cleaner or any other profession, or it can a carer working in a home or the community.

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“We’ve had a fabulous two decades at The Three Kings helping so many people enjoy their special day. Now we want to give our thanks to the NHS and care sector by running this competition.

“We are looking forward to helping them plan and host a memorable occasion for them, their family and friends.”

Mr Cattanach has his family working alongside him, son James Cattanach, and daughters Paula Young and Catrina Cattanach.

He added: “Together we’ve got a wealth of experience to make sure a wedding day goes smoothly from start to finish.”

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To enter this competition you must work for the NHS or in the care profession. You can nominate yourself or someone else can make the nomination.

Please give us the full name and contact details of the nominee and why you think they deserve to win this wedding.

If you are nominating someone else, don’t forget your own contact details.

Email nominations to [email protected] putting Wedding in the subject line, or send to Falkirk Herald, JPIMedia. Orchard Brae House, Queensferry Road, Edinburgh, EH4 2HS.

Closing date is Monday, August 24.

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Readers of The Falkirk Herald will then have an opportunity to vote for who they believes should win.

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