A bridegroom who starting a devastating fire at the country house where his wedding reception was held has been jailed for six years.
Max Kay caused £6 million worth of damage to Peckforton Castle Hotel, near Tarporley, Cheshire. The blaze led to almost 200 people, including 11 children, being evacuated.
Kay, 36, from Liverpool, pleaded guilty to a charge of arson that was reckless as to whether life was endangered.
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