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Hi every one

 Aimee's story (pls read story below) has touched so many of my friends and family's hearts so now here is your chance to help Aimee and her family fulfill her dreams by getting married and taking her beautiful childtren to Disneyland.IF EVERY DONATES £1 AND  THEN GETS ALL THIER   FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO DO THE SAME WE SHOULD SMASH OUR TARGET FOR AIMEE AND HELP RAISE AWARNESS TO GET THE AGE LIMIT OF SMEAR TESTS BROUGHT DOWN .I will also be hosting a charity event    (date to be confirmed)  with musuc mascots raffle etc to help raise more money and would greatley appreciate any donations for raffle prizes etc and any other ideas you may have to help x

This is Aimee's story......

A young mum is facing a final heartbreaking Christmas with her two young sons after she discovered she had cancer following her first smear test.

Aimee Willett had her first routine smear test after turning 25 - the age at which NHS screening currently starts.

Doctors gave her the devastating news in June that cancerous cells in her cervix had spread to other parts of her body and that surgeons were unable to operate.

The former waitress, who had to give up work when she fell ill, has been with fiance Michael for six years and he is father of Kaleb and step-dad to Charlie.

Aimee has undergone surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy but has been warned she is unlikely to survive until 2016.

The now 26-year-old said her case highlighted the need for a reduction in the national smear test age.

She said: "I am bitter about it and I would like to see the age lowered. I think 25 is too old - especially if a girl has had a child at a young age.

SWNSFamily: The young mum is pictured with her children Kaleb, 3, left, and Charlie, 8 

"The biggest thing for me now is for people to be more aware. If you experience anything that's not normal, go to your doctor and get it checked out and when you get a letter asking you to go for a smear test make an appointment straight away and keep it.

"I always thought it would never happen to me because I was young, but cancer doesn't pick an age group."

Earlier this year a petition was launched in memory of 19-year-old Sophie Jones after her death from cervical cancer touched hearts around the country, quickly clocking up more than 300,000 virtual signatures.

Aimee, of Sittingbourne, Kent, has made a bucket list of all the things she wants to do before she dies.

Top is to marry her boyfriend Michael Bond, 26, and next is to give her boys Charlie, eight, and Kaleb, three, the best Christmas ever.

She added: "We're taking the kids to Lapland UK as a surprise and we plan to spend Christmas Day at home, just the four of us, with the kids playing with their toys.

"Getting married might be a bit difficult due to money. Other things on my list include seeing the Eiffel Tower light show and Disneyland Paris with the boys.

"I'd also like to take part in Race for Life so they can see me do it whether it's walking, crawling or being carried across the line."

come on every one lets help Aimee x

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