Keswick church celebrates second wedding in ten years The nuptials on saturday were particularly special for the minister of the lake road congregational church, the rev eric alldritt not only were the couple members of the church, but the bride was his granddaughter. The rev christianlouboutinpascherfemme alldritt joined together local couple naomi breese and james webb in front of 130 guests. And james have known each other since they were children.It is a very emotional time.James, 23, a teacher at stoneraise primary school in durdar, said:Has been just wonderful today. Weren made more nervous because naomi grandad was conducting the ceremony the opposite i think.Couple told the christian louboutin france news star they met as members of the same church in birmingham 13 years ago before naomi family moved north. When james moved to cumbria three years ago for a job, they became close. But the family connections span over 50 years. James added:Great uncle would sing round the church organ with naomi granddad who met his wife at my great uncle home.Bridesmaids followed nursery assistant naomi, 20, down the isle carrying posies of mistletoe and white roses. They were wearing dresses made by rev alldritt wife, mair, who also made her granddaughter ivory embroidered jacket. Bridesmaid emily breese, naomi 18yearold sister, said:Looked very beautiful and was very calm this morning. Been a lovely day.Last wedding ceremony at the church was five years ago.Two visitors from scotland, who had attended services on their holidays, decided they wanted to get married in keswick. Rev alldritt said:Have quite an older congregation and this is the youngest couple attending the church. Last wedding was about five years ago. Welcome a lot of visitors to our church and it was a couple from scotland who wanted to get married in keswick.Congregational church has been in the town for more than 350 years and is keswick oldest nonconformist church, being run autonomously with the local congregation making the decisions. Mr alldritt came to keswick nine years ago at a time when the church was facing closure, but now it is a thriving part of the local community. Following the wedding, the happy couple headed off to derwentwater to have photographs taken, then on to the castle inn, bassenthwaite, for the reception.