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A cancer patient has died after a final farewell to her favourite horse outside the hospital where she was treated.

Woman dies after farewell to horse Sheila Marsh was granted her final wish of seeing her favourite horse Bronwen just before her death

Staff at Royal Albert Edward Infirmary in Wigan granted Sheila Marsh’s last wish, by arranging a visit from two of her horses on Monday afternoon.

The hospital said the 77-year-old, unable to speak properly due to illness, “gently called” her favourite horse, who then nuzzled her cheek.

Mrs Marsh, who used to work at Haydock Park Racecourse, died early on Tuesday.

The grandmother from Wigan had six horses, three dogs, three cats and other animals.

But after a farewell visit from one of her dogs last weekend, she told hospital staff of her wish to see her favourite horse Bronwen, who she had looked after for the previous 25 years.

They arranged for…

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Writer, Artist, Voice Actor/Actor, Activist, Life Coach. Promoting environmental awareness human kindness. Working on creating global change, one heart at a time by promoting compassion and human kindness. Voice actor and actor. Artist and writer hoping to help you to live the life you were born to live. It’s time to shine your light. The world needs it. Founder of The Path of the White Rose® LLC linktr.ee/eileen.anglin WEBSITE ▶http://eileenanglin.com Facebook ▶ https://www.facebook.com/eileenanglinangelenergy Youtube ▶ https://www.youtube.com/c/eileenanglin Google+ ▶ https://plus.google.com/+EileenAnglin Pinterest ▶ https://www.pinterest.com/eileenwhiterose Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/eileen.anglin Blog ▶ http://eileenanglin.com/blog We encourage forwarding and sharing, but all use and excerpts must have credit and permission of the author and creator first, are not altered in any way and copyright notice and bio must be included. ©2008-2017 Eileen Anglin & The Path of the White Rose® LLC All Rights Reserved.

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