We’re excited to share a fantatsic week of excitement for Mae and her family, who are now all officially Foxes! Matt and Amy tied the knot last Saturday, with family and friends very emotional to witness the sight of Mae walking down the aisle in her bridesmaid dress!
We all enjoyed a fantastic celebration after the ceremony, with special guests The Seventy performing live music all evening. The Seventy were responsible for recording a charity single in aid of Hope4Mae last year, and it was wonderful to see Mae dance to their live rendition at the reception.
Sadly The Seventy are no longer going to be performing live, due to their other commitments, but you can catch them for one final gig at Halloweekend, Real Time Live, in Chesterfield on 31st October. Advance tickets are just £5 here.
On top of all that excitment Mae was nominated for The Doncaster Free Press Pride Awards …..AND WON an Inspirational Young Person Award!! We’re all so very proud of Mae’s achievements and thank you all for sharing the journey.
As always, huge thanks for eveyone’s continued support and a reminder that we are still raising funds to maintain Mae’s rehabilitation and therapy, currently costing over £20,000 per year to maximise her movement and independence.