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WHEN Sharon Lowe and her daughter Katie were both organising their wedding days, they hit a big problem. With two big days to pay for it was really going to stretch them to their financial limits. So to beat the credit crunch, they came up with an unusual idea. They split the entire cost of a wedding day down the middle - and shared their wedding day.
LOWE. MUM AND DAUGHTER SHARE A WEDDING DAY - TO BEAT THE CREDIT CRUNCH
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FOR more than twenty years, Dee Axon couldn’t bring herself to throw away her favourite honeymoon dress. She had worn the blue and green silk shift dress for her honeymoon in Capetown, South Africa, in May 1989, and it has remained hanging in her wardrobe ever since. After her wedding she piled on the pounds, and at more than 16 stone had no hope of ever squeezing back into it. But as her 20th wedding anniversary loomed, she decided that she was going to lose weight and fit back into that very same dress she worn on her honeymoon two decades earlier.
AXON. WOMAN LOSES SIX STONE - TO FIT BACK INTO HER HONEYMOON DRESS OF 20 YEARS AGO.
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A YOUNG mother spent six days in hospital after her face ballooned in size after using a home hair-dye. Pretty Annemarie Clarke, 23, was rushed to hospital where she stopped breathing several times after using the Clairol Nice and Easy black hair dye. Doctors pumped her full of steroids for nearly a week before she was well enough to come home. The hair dye also left her with red welts on her back where the dye had dripped onto her back and shoulders when she was applying the produce. Last night Miss Clarke, who lives in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, called for the product to be taken off the shelves after her severe reaction. She said: ‘I was terrified and the doctors said they had never seen anything like it when I was admitted.
CLARKE.YOUNG MOTHER SPENDS SIX DAYS IN HOSPITAL AFTER HEAD BALLOONS USING HOME HAIR DYE
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AT middle age, most women are ashamed of their lumps and bumps. But not this group of brave Welsh Cobs who are so frustrated by the lack of NHS funding they have decided to bare all for a charity calendar. The women who are all aged from 35 to the oldest member at 60, threw caution - and their clothes - to the wind to produce the daring calendar to raise funds to help families of chronically ill children. The women who all stable their horses at the same stable yard in North Wales have called themselves ‘The Classy Cobs’ and are hoping to raise thousands of pounds from the sale of their calendar, which has just been launched today (fri).
ROWLANDS. CALENDAR GIRLS.
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WHEN Amy White started suffering pains in her legs and lost two stone in weight she went to her doctor for help. He diagnosed her as suffering from anorexia and despite her protesting that she didn’t have a problem with eating, gave her the telephone number of an eating disorders counsellor. She went back repeatedly over an eight month period as she was still losing weight and suffering pains in her leg, but the doctor kept telling her it was all in her mind. Eventually she saw a different doctor who referred her for a scan at hospital - and it was revealed she was suffering from bone cancer.
WHITE.GIRL TOLD SHE HAD ANOREXIA BY GP - WHEN SHE ACTUALLY HAD BONE CANCER
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THIS is the little girl whose disability living allowance has been taken off her - despite her being born with just HALF a leg. Ever since she was born, Devon Taverner has received disablity living allowance from the government, which has helped fund a special car in order to take her to school. But now her mother Joanna has received notification that her allowance is to be stopped from the end of this month. Miss Taverner, 32, from Middlesex, said: ‘It is absolutely disgusting that the governement are to take the disability allowance off a little girl who only has half a leg.
TAVERNER. LITTLE GIRL WITH HALF A LEG - GETS DISABILITY BENEFIT STOPPED BY GOVERNMENT.
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THIS is the mum who set to tragically leave behind the big family she had always dreamed of having. Mrs Dearing is a mother of eight but she has just been diagnosed with terminal breast cancer, and is frantically spending every waking minute with her children in the time that she has left. Her children are now facing up to a future without their mother - including her youngest daughter Lucie who has only just celebrated her first birthday. Mrs Dearing, 42, who runs her own holiday home cleaning business with husband Robin, 29, said: ‘I had always wanted lots of children and I was thrilled when I fell pregnant each time. ‘It was wonderful when I gave birth to Lucie, our youngest, but now I worry about how they are all going to cope when I’m gone.
DEARING. TRAGEDY OF CANCER MUM SET TO LEAVE EIGHT CHILDREN.
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THE biggest journey a humble mince pie usually makes is from the oven to the kitchen table. But this mince pie has clocked up a staggering 1.5 million air miles over the last 16 years. ‘Mincie’ as he has been affectionally christened by owner Robert Smith has visited a staggering 36 countires around the world to make up the amazing tally. Mr Smith said: ‘I doubt there is a single mince pie in the country who has travelled any where near as many miles as Mincie. ‘He has been to 36 different countries, including Saudi Arabia and Brazil. He has visited landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Alacatraz island in San Francisco and the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem.’
MURPHY. PIE IN THE SKY. THE HUMBLE PIE WHICH HAS CLOCKED UP A STAGGERING 1.5 MILLION AIR MILES.
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WHEN Clair Beswick decided to have her second baby born at home, there was no need to panic. She’d already give birth to her first son Oliver in hospital, who weighed 9Ib5, and everything had gone to plan. But no-one had counted on the mammoth arrival of baby Rowan - who at a staggering 12Ib12 weighed in as the UK’s heaviest ever home birth. Mrs Beswick, who is married to husband Kevin, 37, said: ‘We just couldn’t believe it when Rowan was weighed afterwards - the midwife could barely speak she was so shocked. ‘They told us there and then that he was the heaviest baby that had ever been born at home in the UK. ‘We had midwives from the hospital visiting our home the following day just to see him. The news of his size had spread around the hospital and they wanted to come and see for themselves.’
BESWICK. AT 12IB12 - ROWAN IS THE LARGEST BABY EVER BORN AT HOME IN THE UK
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WHEN Lisa Wilson was diagnosed with terminal cancer, she only had one thought and that was how her girls were going to grow up. So she put aside her own pain and drew up a series of heartbreaking lists for her husband Simon with her detailed instructions on how to bring their daughters up. Now Mr Wilson has been left with the love-filled ‘mummy manual’ to bring up daughters Ella, five, and Amelia, three. The twelve pages of carefully crafted notes are Mrs Wilson’s last legacy to the daughters she had to leave behind when she died of cancer last April. Mr Wilson, 37, a secondary school IT support worker, said: ‘Lisa was Wonder Woman when it came to bringing up our daughters. ‘When she was diagnosed, we talked a lot about how we wanted the girls to be brought up and she decided she would make a series of lists for me to make sure that I did everything right.
WILSON. HEARTBREAKING 'MUMMY MANUAL' WRITTEN BY CANCER MUM FOR HER YOUNG DAUGHTERS.
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