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Mothers who die of rare nasal cancer will have a dream wedding thanks to friendly Scots

Everything is now set for a very special wedding next month after an urgent request for help has been answered.

People came in droves to help Gemma McGowan tie the knot with her sweetheart Steven Murie.

This was followed by a plea from Renfrew-based Wedding Wish Makers after the heartbreaking story of a mother of a Gemma surfaced.

Gemma McGowan, 29, with her mother Lorraine McGowan

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Paisley’s Hunterhill, 29, had to bring her big day forward next year after she was diagnosed with terminal cancer.

Gemma dies of an extremely rare cancer of the nasal cavity.

Now preparations are underway for the couple’s dream wedding at the Dalmeny Park Hotel in Barrhead on June 11th.

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Suzanne Stevenson of Wedding Wish Makers advocated that the trade should offer the full spectrum of services, from wedding cars to outfits for the bridesmaids.

They even managed to secure a three-tier cake, piper and humanist celebrant.

Almost £ 3,800 in donations were also made to pay for the venue and other fees.

Suzanne explained, “We have now arranged everything for Gemma and Steven’s wedding, except for a videographer.

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“We have received so many support messages through email, private mail, and comments.

“The volume was overwhelming and we cannot thank everyone who offered their services sufficiently.

“It is an impossible task for us to answer everyone. However, please know how much we value your kindness.”

She added, “Thank you to all of the suppliers who support the couple on their big day.

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“What a beautiful day it will be.”

It only took Wedding Wish Makers a few days to meet all of the requirements.

Gemma, an assistant at Paisley’s Vets for Pets, has been with Steven for nine years and they have an eight-month-old son, Arran.

She gave birth after 32 weeks because surgery was needed to remove her cancer

Gemma was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma of the nasal cavity last May, one of only three cases worldwide.

But now she’s focused on having the best day in the world.

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