Fired hotel workers ask boss to allow them to work at wedding for free not to ruin bride and groom's special night


The bride and groom kissing after learning
their wedding was saved by staff members  
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) A bride and groom of the United Kingdom, were very touched by the love and kindness they were shown by strangers.

When Adam Sanders and Amanda Mularczyk, both 35, became engaged two years ago, they immediately booked their wedding venue.

They booked the party for 200 guests at the South Marston Hotel and Leisure Club, in Swindon.

However, when the time came to host their wedding, the hotel was experiencing financial difficulties, and they were forced to close the place.

Less than 48 hours before the couple’s big day, the owners of the wedding hall called their workers for a meeting and announced that they were closing.

All the staff members were fired.

Amazingly, the staff members pleaded with them to keep the venue open until Sunday, in order not to ruin the bride and groom’s big day.

15 staff members offered to work for free, and they gave the couple their dream wedding.