Race you to the aisle! 750 brides cross Derry bridge to beat world record

Race you to the aisle! 750 brides cross Derry bridge to beat world record By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 01:02 GMT, 28 April 2013 | UPDATED: 01:07 GMT, 28 April 2013 DM.has('shareLink', 'shareLinks', { 'id': '2315959', 'title': 'Race you to the aisle! 750 brides cross Derry bridge to beat world record', 'url': 'http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2315959/Race-aisle-750-brides-cross-Derry-bridge-beat-world-record.html', 'eTwitterStatus': 'Race%20you%20to%20the%20aisle!%20750%20brides%20cross%20Derry%20bridge%20to%20beat%20world%20record%20http://bit.ly/ZVXZRY%20via%[email protected]' }); They don't call it the Wedding March for nothing. But this sea of brides – from a 91-year-old to a woman on the way to her own reception – were more interested in walk up a bridge for charity than walking up the aisle.

Afghanistan: British soldier shot dead in "insider attack by rogue member of Afghan army" in Helmand

British soldier shot dead in 'insider attack by rogue member of Afghan army'Dead man was from the 28 Engineer Regiment and shot in Helmand Six other Britons also wounded in the incident yesterday 439 UK service people killed in country since 2001Last six deaths have all been in 'green on blue' attacks 54 international troops have been murdered by Afghan police or army By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 07:18 GMT, 8 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:54 GMT, 8 January 2013 Killing: The British soldier was shot dead by a suspected Afghan army member at the small Patrol Base Hazrat (pictured) in Helmand yesterday A British soldier has been killed in yet another 'insider attack' in the war-torn country. The killer, a suspected rogue member of the Afghan National Army, first opened fire on his colleagues, before turning his weapon on UK soldiers in the small Patrol Base Hazrat in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand Province yesterday

And you thought your Christmas was dull… More than 1,500 people spend Christmas Day filling out their online tax returns

How dull must your Christmas Day be if you'd rather fill out an online tax return Maybe ask one of the 1,500 people who did | UPDATED: 18:13 GMT, 27 December 2012 While most of us spent Christmas Day enjoying good food and a well-earned break with family, some Britons were not so lucky. More than 1,500 broke off festivities on Tuesday to fill out their tax returns – an increase of 40 per cent on last year. And Christmas Day was not the only day to be filled with onerous duties, as thousands knuckled down to do their taxes on Christmas Eve and Boxing Day too

Student, 34, who missed her train chased it for a MILE along the tracks and across a viaduct

Student, 34, who missed her train chased it for a MILE along the tracks and across a viaductStudent got on tracks and chased train for a mile after it left without her34-year-old Lancashire woman stopped train coming in opposite directionShe ran across a viaduct after the train while making her way to an exam | UPDATED: 11:24 GMT, 14 December 2012 A desperate university student on her way to an exam risked her own life and sparked chaos on a railway line when her train set off without her and she sprinted a mile down the track to catch it The 34-year old Lancashire woman decided to get off and buy a ticket at a railway station kiosk after her bank card was declined by a conductor's chip and pin machine. But as she was about to get back on the train it pulled out of Burnley Central in Lancashire – and she realised she had left her dissertation and other revision papers on board.

Middle Earth hostelry opens to the public… and luckily the pints aren"t Hobbit-sized

Now you can drink in the same pub as Bilbo: Middle Earth hostelry opens to the public… and luckily the pints aren't Hobbit-sizedThe Green Dragon pub is found in Hobbiton, near Matamata, New ZealandShire inn was popular watering hole for Frodo, Sam, Merry and PippinUsed in filming for the latest Hobbit film, the iconic pub includes characteristic circular doors made famous in movies | UPDATED: 18:27 GMT, 11 December 2012 For the inhabitants of Middle Earth, it was a popular watering hole, where Frodo Baggins and his friends Sam, Merry and Pippin liked to tipple. But now the famous shire inn in the village of Hobbiton has expanded its visitors from curious Hobbits and opened up to the public.