Former Sidmouth bakers’ recipe for wedded bliss

PUBLISHED: 09:41 05 April 2012

Nat and Valerie Bradley back on their wedding day 50 years ago at Ashton Gate methodist church in Bristol. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref exe 6363-14-12SH

Nat and Valerie Bradley back on their wedding day 50 years ago at Ashton Gate methodist church in Bristol. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref exe 6363-14-12SH

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FORMER Sidmouth bakery owners Nat and Valerie Bradley have toasted half-a-century of wedded bliss.

Straight talking has been credited as the secret of a successful 50 years of marriage by the still smitten couple.

Nat,74, said: “We have always been straight with each other. Perhaps that’s our success. We don’t hold anything back. If you are going to say anything, say it.”

The duo, who now live in Exmouth, ran Sue’s Pantry in Sidmouth for four years.


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