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A Docklands love story

03 Apr 2014

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A romance, which began in Docklands more than a decade ago, was sealed with a kiss (and a marriage certificate) last month.

Blake Anderson and Amy Reddoch met as teenagers in 2003 when they were working for Docklands Serviced Apartments, which, at the time, was owned by Lyn and Peter Kelly.

Lyn is Amy’s Aunt, while Blake is the son of local resident Michelle Anderson.

According to Peter, Blake and Amy hit it off at a bobsled experience.

Lyn and Peter had won the experience at a charity auction and when their kids couldn’t use it they offered it to their staff.

“Blake and Amy were two of the group who went along and love blossomed,” Peter said.

The pair became engaged two years ago and tied the knot in front of 80 friends and family in Daylesford on March 22.

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