Dying groom achieves final wish of marrying his girlfriend

A terminally in poor health man has married the love of his life at a marriage which was donated completely by form buddies and well-wishers.

Myles Harrison, 27, and his fiancée Liz, 29, tied the knot after six years collectively in a shocking ceremony at Fort Hill in Filleigh, North Devon.

The dream marriage ceremony was organised by native marriage ceremony planner Louise Hedges and every thing – together with the venue, automobile, pictures, cake, music and honeymoon – was given to them freed from cost.

Myles was recognized with a mind tumour on the age of 18 and though his situation had been below management, issues modified for the more serious final yr.

Having undergone quite a few operations and coverings, medical doctors delivered the tragic information that nothing extra may very well be finished to deal with his tumour.

It was then Myles determined to pop the query to girlfriend Liz one thing he did at North Devon Hospice’s bedded unit in Barnstaple.

Terminally-ill Myles Harrison, 27, married the love of his life Liz Harrison, 29, as a part of his bucket misplaced after family and friends paid for the entire ceremony

Myles and Liz surrounded by family and friends, many of whom helped organise the big day to help grant one of the groom's final wishes

Myles and Liz surrounded by household and buddies, lots of whom helped organise the large day to assist grant one of many groom’s ultimate needs 

Myles mentioned: ‘We’re on the level the place sadly there’s nothing that may be finished.

‘I’ve all the time wished to marry Liz ever since we acquired collectively I knew she was the one.

‘It was so nice on the hospice that I made a decision it could be an awesome place to do it.

‘I went down on one knee and proposed to Liz.’

The happy couple on their wedding day at Castle Hill in Filleigh, Devon. Myles proposed to Liz in the hospice after finding out that he was terminally ill

The completely happy couple on their marriage ceremony day at Fort Hill in Filleigh, Devon. Myles proposed to Liz within the hospice after discovering out that he was terminally in poor health 

Celebration! Despite his proposal, the couple had no wedding plans while they focused on Myles' treatment, but friends stepped in to help organise everything

Celebration! Regardless of his proposal, the couple had no marriage ceremony plans whereas they centered on Myles’ therapy, however buddies stepped in to assist organise every thing 

The hospice nurses got here in after Myles had popped the query with champagne, flowers and strawberries and even organised a photoshoot on the balcony to have fun the second.

The couple had no plans in any respect for his or her massive day, with the main target remaining on Myles’ ongoing therapy for some complicated signs.

It was at this level Louise Hedges determined to provide them the very best day she presumably may – and all at no cost.

Louise Hedges, who publishes the North Devon Wedding ceremony Planner journal, managed to provide your entire day for the completely happy couple together with a shocking venue, meals, drink, hair, make up, transport, pictures – and even a honeymoon!

The couple said they were overwhelmed by people's generosity after receiving the venue, car, photography, cake, music and honeymoon free of charge

The couple mentioned they have been overwhelmed by folks’s generosity after receiving the venue, automobile, pictures, cake, music and honeymoon freed from cost

Inside simply two weeks the marriage was deliberate and the completely happy couple grew to become Mr and Mrs on August 11.

Myles mentioned: ‘How on earth they managed to type every thing out and do what they did in such a brief time period – they’re superb, superb folks.

‘We won’t imagine what they’ve finished and the way a lot they’ve improved our lives..’

However there was yet one more massive shock in retailer for the completely happy couple.

Each Myles and Liz are massive rugby followers and season ticket holders at Exeter Chiefs.

Their rugby heroes – together with England star Jack Nowell, Gareth Steenson, Don Armand and Ben Moon – recorded particular video messages for them which have been performed on the marriage ceremony.

Signing the register: Myles, 27, was diagnosed with a brain tumour at 18, and although his condition remained stable, things took a turn for the worse last year

Signing the register: Myles, 27, was recognized with a mind tumour at 18, and though his situation remained secure, issues took a flip for the more serious final yr

The happy couple pictured at the ceremony. They have described their wedding, which was arranged in two weeks, as a 'dream day

The completely happy couple pictured on the ceremony. They’ve described their marriage ceremony, which was organized in two weeks, as a ‘dream day 

The couple have been overwhelmed by the gesture.

Myles mentioned: ‘They’re the very best blokes round, they do not should do any of this – they’re superstars in their very own proper.

‘They do not should care about us, they do not should message us or something like that, however they do.’

Liz added: ‘It was a dream day and extra, greater than we anticipated.’

Myles’ fiancee Liz mentioned she was overwhelmed by folks’s generosity.

She mentioned: ‘It’s superb what they’ve managed to rearrange in such a brief area of time, and at such a really troublesome time for us.

‘It’s completely unimaginable and I wish to say an enormous thanks, significantly to Louise and everybody at North Devon Hospice.’