Graham Wagstaff was so ill with lung disease that he feared he wouldn’t live to see daughter Helen’s wedding day – let alone walk her down the aisle

Mr Wagstaff had been battling lung disease for several years due to a congential condition and desperately needed a transplant. He got one with just weeks to spare before the wedding

He said,’Seeing my daughter get married and being able to walk her down the aisle was one of the best moments of my life, I’ll never forget it,’

Bride Helen said: ‘Without the donor, my dad wouldn’t have been able to walk me down the aisle ‘

Before the transplant, Mr Wagstaff was so ill he relied on oxygen 24 hours a day.

He had been forced close to his business this disease.

Mr Wagstaff giving his speech at the wedding. His wife said there ‘wasn’t a dry eye in the house’

Since the transplant, it was magical to see him walking our girl down the aisle’

Mr Wagstaff and his wife, Christine. She said: ‘We all had a brilliant time at the wedding, it was extra special because of Graham’s miracle gift he received just months before’