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To celebrate our country’s incredible NHS staff, we’ve joined with the Unveiled Network to give away a badass luxury wedding to one hugely deserving couple.
It goes without saying how intensely proud and in awe, we all are of our NHS heroes' hard work, and mindful of the toil and sacrifice they’ve had to endure in 2020. As a small token of our appreciation, a group of fabulous suppliers from the Unveiled Network have come together to offer our services to reward one lucky couple with the wedding of their dreams.
We want you to nominate who should win!
I LOVE YOU TO THE MOON AND BACK
You’ll be getting married on the same date that the first man walked in space 56 years ago.
What could be more out of this world than your big day?
Entries are now closed.
thank you to all the NHS lovers that have applied!
The winning couple will be saying their "I do's" in under 6 months
As a little thank you, we’ve put together a booklet of goodies to give you guys exclusive discounts from some of the fabulous suppliers involved in the competition.
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We are very proud to announce that the winning couple of the #veilandgunnhs competition, and winning a badass wedding at Charlton Hall with all the trimmings is…
Victoria has worked tirelessly in A&E at The Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle tackling COVID cases and any other patients that come through the door. As many of you know, being an NHS worker at this time has gained both mental and physical pressure.
Not only did the NHS have to handle the number of cases coming in, or the unknown knowledge from COVID but also the fact they had to tell their patients loved ones over the phone of their passing.
Even though Victoria suffers from degenerative eye disease where she is losing her sight slowly, one of the main reasons she was nominated multiple times by family and friend is that Victoria’s mother, Ann, has Huntington disease. Unfortunately, this horrible disease is starting to take it's toll, and her time is running out. In their eyes, it would be a dream for them to say their “I do’s” with her mother there.
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