Hayley Walker needs to seek out out what occurred to her marriage ceremony gown that was taken to Wakefield for an elite dry cleansing.
Hayley Walker introduced the costly gown to Elite in Kirkgate round February 2019, months after her massive day, however hasn’t seen it since.
Additionally, her veil and thigh garter have been each despatched to the dry cleaners, each of which have super sentimental worth.
The veil belonged to her mom, whereas the garter was a part of her late grandfather’s veil and blue tie.
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Hayley says the gown is “priceless” when it comes to sentimental worth together with the veil and garter.
The mother-of-two, who lives within the Barnsley space, tried to get the objects to her native dry cleaner however was suggested that specialist cleansing was required and was advised Elite was the closest firm with the capability the work.
After driving to Wakefield, which she admits she shouldn’t be aware of, she lastly discovered the shop, which was situated underneath the Manor Home high-rise residence constructing within the city heart.
She paid £100 for cleansing prematurely and was given a ticket.
Nonetheless, she by no means heard from the deal and after making an attempt to contact her months later, she nonetheless had no response.
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The nation then went into lockdown in March 2020, and when restrictions eased, she discovered the shop had closed for good.
Hayley, who’s 31 and anticipating her third little one, mentioned: “I cried my eyes out, I am simply devastated as a result of it means all the things to me.
“They by no means contacted me to say it was accomplished.
“I do not know when it even closed, I’ve searched on-line and it appears to be like prefer it was round October 2020.
“I do not know what occurred to my gown, I hope it is nonetheless there after they go broke.”
Hayley married her fiancé at Whirlowbrook Corridor in Sheffield in September 2018.
The ivory lace gown value round £1,300 however Hayley says it has far larger sentimental worth.
She mentioned: “It value an arm and a leg, however for me it is priceless.
“It is a lifetime reminiscence, I by no means meant to promote it, I all the time needed to maintain it.
“I simply need it again. I’ve a daughter of my very own now and it will be good to provide to her when she is older.
“I additionally needed to put on it to resume my vows for our 10th anniversary.”
Anybody who is aware of what occurred to the gown, veil or garter can contact Nick from the Wakefield Categorical on 07803 506082 or electronic mail [email protected]