Sligo woman weds in ‘Paradise’

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A Sligo native and her husband celebrated their wedding day earlier this month by visiting Celtic Park.

TWO TICKETS TO PARADISE: Newlyweds Aidan and Tracy Gallagher stand on the hallowed turf of Celtic Park to have their wedding photos taken.
TWO TICKETS TO PARADISE: Newlyweds Aidan and Tracy Gallagher stand on the hallowed turf of Celtic Park to have their wedding photos taken.

Tracy Melly from Sligo town and Aidan Gallagher from Keadue in Co. Donegal tied the knot at St. Mary’s Church in Glasgow on Friday, May 1.

Their first port of call following the wedding ceremony was the home of their beloved Celtic F.C., which is also known as ‘Paradise’.

The couple previously lived in the Scottish city for four years before moving to Perth, Australia where they currently reside.

Aidan works in the IT sector while Tracy is the manager of a beauty salon.

Celtic’s history with Sligo stretches back to the very foundations the club was built on by Brother Walfrid, who founded the club in 1888.

Keeping in the spirit of these obvious connections, Tracy’s father visited the remains of the Marist Brothers home in Ballymote and brought a piece of stone to St. Mary’s which is to be incorporated into the cross at the church.

As if the special occasion could not get any better, the perfect day was well and truly complete when news filtered through during the afternoon that Celtic were officially confirmed as Scottish Premier League champions for the fourth year in a row.

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