With all of the chaos, sadness, and hateful manifestation of opposing views that we see around us, it is nice to report on a positive story; especially today, Sunday 14th Feb.
London Ambulance Service Paramedic Paige Stride first met PC Rob Wilkins, who serves with the Metropolitan Police, three years ago during the early hours of the morning when they responded to an incident in a chicken shop.
And last year, during the height of the pandemic, whilst working hard on the front line of the fight against covid, the two emergency workers got engaged.
Thanks to Regent’s Conferences & Events’ generosity, they have just been told that they have won their dream wedding; to be held once the current Covid restrictions are eased.
The couple were nominated for their ‘extraordinary hard work during these incredibly tough and challenging times’.
Talking about the news, the happy couple said:
“Winning and being recognised as deserving such an incredibly special venue for the day, we can’t believe we get to marry so close to where we met, in front of all of our colleagues and family.”
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