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With 35 years of experience in bringing people together, we constantly work to refine our matching process and find you a date which will last a lifetime. Living with HIV By: Valencia Beckley Hildreth It’s been over a week since Election Day 2016; and while those who voted for Trump bask in the reality of his victory, new realities exist for those who did not vote for him or, for those who did not vote at all.Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), we all know is a preventable and treatable.In response, a fundraising page was set up by her sister-in-law, Tracy Shaw, and more than £3,300 was raised for the big day, while the couple were inundated with offers of help from DJs, make-up artists, photographers and even people offering to donate their own wedding dresses.The Kent Messenger also helped organise a personalised video message from popular television character Keith Lemon, who said: "I hope you have a wonderful wedding day, sorry I can't be there today..a lovely time."In front of around 100 guests at Larkfield Priory Hotel on London Road, where Mrs Seager used to work before illness struck, the couple said their vows, before having their first dance to Ed Sheeran's Perfect.
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