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‘No action’ over Hallow social club wedding brawl

POLICE have released an update on a brawl at a wedding reception which spilled into the street.

No further action will be taken by police despite reports of a woman suffering a black eye and a man was left with a broken nose in a wedding brawl.

Trouble flared outside the Hallow Sports and Social Club in Green Lane in the early hours of last Wednesday morning (June 15).

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A spokesman for West Mercia Police has now said: “Police were called to Green Lane in Hallow shortly after midnight on Wednesday following a report of a domestic disturbance.

“Those involved were dispersed and no further action was taken.”

Wedding guests called police after a woman was punched in the face and she was advised to attend A&E by emergency services.

Residents living nearby reported hearing a disturbance in the early hours.

We have been told another female guest punched the woman leaving her with a black eye.

It is believed a man was also attacked and left with a suspected broken nose as violence spilled onto the main road.

Club chairman Wayne Daniels confirmed he ejected a couple who were arguing with each other at his daughter’s wedding.

“We called the police to get them involved as we didn’t want any trouble. They were removed from the club. We were the ones who got the police involved,” said Mr Daniels.

He described a couple at the wedding ‘arguing with each other and turning on everyone else’ before he removed them.

Mr Daniels said the attack upon the woman did not happen inside the club and that some of the incident took place on the car park of the Crown Inn opposite.

However, he confirmed a female guest at the wedding suffered ‘a black eye’.

“She was punched in the face. She suffered a black eye and I believe she is pressing charges” he said.

He confirmed three marked cars and one unmarked car attended.

One resident, who did not wish to be named, said: “We heard shouting at 1.30am on Wednesday morning.

“We were trying to sleep but we couldn’t so we just sat in the kitchen. They were really loud out there.”

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said they were called at 12.21am.

“Following telephone triage of the patient, they were referred to the emergency department at Worcestershire Royal Hospital with the patient confirmed they were able to make their own way there,” he said.

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