Wedding Belle
Land Rover Owner|February 2018

Never mind a vintage Roller – if you live in the north-east you can ask this beautiful Series III to get you to the church on time

Barbara Roberts

This Series III, Babs, has to work for her living. Nothing unusual about that, granted – we are talking about a Land Rover, after all. But I’m pretty sure there can’t be many Series vehicles that serve as a wedding car.

I’ve been in business as a wedding photographer for many years, and in 2014 someone asked if I’d use her for a wedding. ‘Why not?’ I thought, and so Land Rover Wedding Hires (LRWH) was born. Prior to that, Babs was ‘just’ a much-loved first Land Rover – I fulfilled a long-held ambition by buying her when I moved from London to the glorious, wideopen spaces of Northumberland.

Starting up LRWH turned out to be a great move – we had a really successful first year. But driving the Land Rover and looking after the photography was too much (even for me…), so I made the decision to concentrate on the Land Rover hire side.

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