Antony and Sarah get wed!

£4,195 of £1,000 goal

Raised by 113 people in 9 months
As some of you may know, Antony was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in November of 2017. He immediately went in to palliative care (end of life) which is roughly a life expectancy of 6 months, but of course you can exceed this (and he has). Antony is currently undergoing palliative chemotherapy which has kept things at bay, however this may change at any time. 

At time of diagnosis Antony and Sarah were expecting there first baby, and at the time it really hit them hard! Not knowing if Antony would make it to the baby’s arrival. But also they had Christmas to deal with. Antony’s 30th birthday. And they had to leave their family home in Hertfordshire to move back in with parents in Coventry. Their life was changing drastically in more ways an expecting couple could ever image. 

Fortunatly, Antony made it to see his beautiful baby girl be born via emergency c-section - also known as their little miracle baby as things were touch and go at points during labour. And it was very fortunate as he was actively receiving treatment during this time. 

Since their family became three they have decided, not just for themselves but also for their daughter, to finally tie-the-knot. It has been something they have always talked about doing but time is now against them.

Any money gifted will be very greatly appreciated and will be put towards the cost of their wedding. If there is any left over, it will go towards a staycation.

Also, may be a bit of a long shot, but if there are any companies/business able to offer any service please contact the bride directly - sarahlozh@hotmail.com. Happy to discuss advertisement as well!
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I would like to say a huge thank you to each and everyone who supported Ant & I get married and for following our story.

After a strong battle with cancer Ant passed away early this month. He was pain free and had his wife right next to him.

Again, thank you all.
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We got MARRIED!

We would like to say a huge thank you to all that have donated and made getting married a more manageable affair.

Any money donated now will go toward allowing us to enjoy a little honeymoon here in the UK. Unfortunately the cost of medical insurance is too much to go abroad. So we want to make many magical memories doing things we wouldn’t normally do as a complete family.
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So we are getting married in less than a week. And although people have been VERY generous, we still a little way away from our target. If you can spare any money to make wonderful mans wedding as special as possible that would be greatly appreciated
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So we are getting married on 16th November 2018. We are very much looking forward to it but we still have to pay the other half of the venue. The money raised so far has been towards the cost of the venue, and all future donations will continue to be put towards ensuring Antony and Sarah have a magical day in their dream location.

Thank you all for you donations so far, we appreciate your support so much!
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