Aleysha Armstrong becomes Aleysha Magnin

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Aleysha Armstrong becomes Aleysha Magnin

 4th Dec 2015


Regular visitors to our website may have noticed a slight name change to one of our profile pages. That's because on Saturday the 28th November Aleysha Armstrong, our senior talent delivery consultant in charge of safety and risk, became Aleysha Magnin when she married her boyfriend of 9 years.

St James Church PooleChurchAisleAleysha and James said their vows in the beautiful Saint James Church located in Old Town Poole, Dorset.

The church has stood for centuries and forms an important part of the local heritage but not just for its age and Georgian design. The incredible interior and stunning stained glass windows makes it a work of art as well as a feat of architecture.

Mr and Mrs Magnin, and guests, then went to enjoy a sumptuous wedding reception at the luxurious Hotel Du Vin, also in Poole.

FB IMG 1448825915875The Electus family were there to join in the celebrations, doing our part to make sure the day was as unforgettable as possible. 

When asked about the big day, Aleysha said:

'It was the perfect day. Better than I could have possibly hoped for...I just want to do it all again now.'

The happy couple will be honeymooning in the new year but for now they will be enjoying their first Christmas together as husband and wife.

Please join us in wishing them every happiness in their new life together.





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