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bride

A woman newly married, or about to be.
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PUPILS at St Brigid's Catholic Primary School, in Stockbridge Village, have received bright vests from Barratt Homes to help them stay safe and seen during the winter months.
After all, the odds on opponents St Brigid's making it as far as the St Patrick's Day final at Croke Park are over 10 times less at 9/2 - and they only scooped their first ever county title recently.
But not for super slimmers Bridget McCann and Brigid Lavin.
Brigid, who has seven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren, felt the need to pay tribute to Coventry and how she overcame the tribulations of life through the kindness of its people.
Brigid adds: "Very few models will make it a lifetime career so, at the risk of sounding like my mum, it's always important you have an education to fall back on.
St Brigid's in Denbigh has asbestos in the building
Brigid was also said to have been a renowned brewer of ale.
Brigid, who runs a humanist funeral service, said adult service bosses need to realise the effects the change is having on service users.
Brigid has just moved from the country to the city leaving all her pets behind.
Brigid Collins was recently awarded a $20,000 grant from the Medina Foundation.
Brigid has also been honoured with a beer named for her.
Brigid said: " The memories I will take with me are entertaining family and friends in the kitchen into the early hours.