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Southend hospice staff arrange couple's wedding in Woman for fuck Elton hill hours Published 22 September image copyrightHavens Hospices image captionFamily and carers celebrated the marriage of Chas and Shirley Hobbs at Fair Havens Hospice A terminally ill patient has married his partner in a hospice after staff arranged their big day within 24 hours. Chas Hobbs, 67, wanted to tie the knot with his partner of 13 years, Shirley Reason, 73, before his cirrhosis deteriorated couplr. He was admitted to Fair Havens in Prittlewell, Southend, on 15 September and the couple married two days later.

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Mr Hobbs had oSuthend major operation 18 months ago but his condition deteriorated while shielding at home during lockdown. The couple began to struggle and found him a room at Fair Havens Hospice.

Healthcare assistant manager Julie Stott-Skold said: "We made a special wedding breakfast for Chas and Shirley, and then pampered the bride-to-be as we got Chas into his suit. We even created a makeshift garter from a catheter strap and a knitted heart. There wasn't a dry eye in the Sex dating in Hawkins.

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The couple began to struggle and found him a room at Fair Havens Hospice. Healthcare assistant manager Julie Stott-Skold said: "We made a special wedding breakfast for Chas and Shirley, and then pampered the bride-to-be as we got Chas into his suit.

Southend lady seeking couple

We even created a makeshift garter from a catheter strap and a knitted heart. There wasn't a dry eye in the room.

Southend lady seeking couple

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