Half term with a difference!

 

 

Chloe Parr, a primary school teacher, married Ryan Livesey, a maths secondary teacher, on Friday 26 October 2018 at the Norton Grange in Rochdale.  Chloe’s dad, Richard, sadly died from mesothelioma in February 2011 and the bride was given away by her lovely mum, Lisa.

The bride and groom kindly made a donation to Mesothelioma UK to purchase Forget-Mesothelioma-Not trolley coins to give to each person who attended the wedding as part of their wedding favours and a further donation was made following a sweepstake on how long the speeches would take.

Congratulations to both Chloe and Ryan, wishing you a long and happy life together.

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