Love in reepham

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They had both just lost their partners of more than 30 years, Clive and Pam, respectively, to cancer. During the sessions they opened up their hearts to each other and to the other people grieving for lost loved ones, and they kept in touch when they left the group.

The couple now plan to get married and Mrs Manson will be moving from her home in Reepham to live with Mr Murrell at his home in Wicklewood, near Wymondham.

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Mrs Manson, 55, said: 'Neither of us thought we would ever love again. He had been married for 37 years and me 32 years. But this love is just as beautiful second time around. I couldn't see how that was possible, but if this is what he meant, then, Love in reepham you Clive from the bottom of my heart. Mr Murrell, 64, said: 'I never expected to fall in love again. It took me two years to get myself motivated to do anything at all, after Pam died. I did not think I would ever want anybody else, but when we met up again in October this year, there was a bit of a spark.

And having been in the group, I knew what a beautiful person Linda was inside. Mrs Manson said that while the bereavement group may have been an unusual place to meet a future partner, it had helped them get to know each other faster. She said: 'It was a wonderful way to meet on the group. We can talk to each other about Clive and Pam, and there are photos of them in the house, and there will be more when we move in together. But where do you start finding someone? She added: 'And to have someone to spend time with. The little things that Love in reepham take for granted, someone to sit with, to walk arm in arm.

She added: 'I have missed having someone to look after, and to care for. I'm not a modern woman. I like to iron, cook, and care for someone — that's all I want to do. She is a retired gardener, while he used to work in maintenance at the John Innes Centre in Norwich. This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support.

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Barry Murrell and Linda Manson. Photo: Bill Smith. It was a love forged in the unlikeliest of places.

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