To the left of the door, in the churchyard, stand the old village stocks, which have been moved to their current position for safety. Inside, above the Porch is the Parvise or Parish Room; there is a Newel Staircase leading to this chamber.In this room, the priest would conduct parish business as well as storing the various church documents and vestments.They also planned a larger post-wedding reception and party for all of their friends and family back in Birmingham to celebrate their marriage on 11-11-11.They enlisted the help of family friend and renowned Birmingham wedding photographer Arden Ward and wedding designer Christopher Confero to pull off the details of both events.He selected the perfect spot to pop the question and managed to get Jessica there without suspicion. but when he realized his parents and Jessica’s parents were scheduled to attend a basketball game together later that night, he decided he needed to go ahead and propose before his parents could spill the beans.They ordered a drink as Ryan waited for the perfect moment. Jessica was completely unaware that Ryan was about to propose and she spoiled the moment by telling Ryan she needed to find a restroom. On their way to dinner, Ryan found a secluded spot under the stars and asked Jessica to be his wife.
Today’s building is made up of Kent ragstone, sandstone and a little crowstone.
At the local bowling alley, a game ("Score Tonight") turns sour due to the animosity between Johnny and Stephanie.
Stephanie retaliates by kissing the next man who walks in the door, which happens to be Michael.
The Pink Ladies are now led by the beautiful Stephanie Zinone (Michelle Pfeiffer), who feels she has "outgrown" her relationship with the arrogant leader of the The T-Birds, Johnny Nogerelli (Adrian Zmed) during summer break.
A new arrival comes in the form of clean-cut British student Michael Carrington (Maxwell Caulfield) (a cousin of Sandy Olsen, Olivia Newton-John's character from Grease), who quickly becomes smitten with Steph.