A sad story of lost wedding rings has had a happy and melodic ending for Chivenor bride Emma Suttill and husband Rob.After losing her engagement and wedding rings at a motorway service station in Yorkshire, Emma, 34, called on fellow members of the camps Military Wives Choir to help bless the replacements. A candle-lit service at the chapel by the Reverend Janice Honey-Morgan was held on June 30 the date of the couples second wedding anniversary. It was followed by a performance of three songs by the choir, including their most famous number Wherever You Are. Emma, who has spent 10 months singing with the choir as an alto since moving to North Devon with Rob, 23, said: It was a beautiful ceremony and it meant so much to me to have the rings blessed with the choir. Id never sung before I came to Chivenor but its amazing singing with the choir. They have all become great friends and we are such a tight knit group its very special. Friends are everything and to be part of something so special when you move to a new area makes up for losing family and friends. Choir member Sharon Bristow said: It was wonderful to be a part of it. We will really miss Emma when she goes. We dont get to sing enough in our local community and the fact that Emma sings alongside us makes it even more special. The couple and their five children will be saying their farewells next month when Rob, a sapper with 24 Commando Engineer Regiment, is reposted to Bishops Stortford. This was a lovely way to say goodbye to the choir, added Emma.