We’re sick of weddings causing chaos in our village – guests cause a mess and PEE in our gardens… we had to take action | The Sun

FED-up neighbours of a wedding venue whose guests pee in locals' gardens waged war against the owners – and won.

Locals were "sickened to the core" by thumping music, screaming drunk guests and glasses being thrown into their yards up to "six times a week".

But when their cries for help fell on deaf ears, those living next door to exclusive Oxnead Hall, in Norfolk, took matters into their own hands.

In October, signs were erected outside the £15,000-per-day wedding venue barking slogans like: 'BRIDES AND GROOMS NOT WELCOME IN OXNEAD'.

While another told guests of the 16th century pile: 'NO MORE WEDDINGS WE'VE HAD ENOUGH'.


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Livid sign-maker Roger Crane later said: "Guests have wandered through the yard and even relieved themselves in their gardens.

"One poor lady puts her children to bed to the sound of Michael Jackson."

And resident Lorna Crook said she was forced to move her bedroom from the front to the back of her house because of the raucous bashes.

The stable manager slammed: "When it was once or twice a week, you could deal with that, but it's up to six a week."

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The hall, near Aylsham, is owned by former Fortnum and Mason's director Beverley Aspinall and hubby David.

The pair previously blasted neighbours for being "very difficult" in finding a solution to the stalemate.

But following months of rows and with wedding season in full swing, the pair have now vowed to change.

They say a sound limit on the venues music systems, a new parking layout, beefed up security and fencing should stamp out riotous behaviour.

And they are now taking deliveries and tipping glass bottles into bins no later than 5pm at the 200-capacity venue.

Beverley said: "It has all quietened down since then."

Broadland council previously said: "The council is currently investigating an enforcement complaint regarding the breach of the noise condition on the site."

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