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A Norfolk couple in their 80s have found love again after their decision to move in together during lockdown led to a Christmas card proposal. Dorothy Dickinson, 87, and Peter Bane, 88, from Stalham, met nearly two decades ly as members of Stalham Baptist Church, which they attended with their late spouses Brian and Dulcie.
Ms Dickinson, who was married for 64 years, said: "When my husband died I didn't know what I was going to do with myself. The feeling of grief is terrible. Some kind of connection for both of us.
I always feel it's a : I look after Peter for Dulcie and he looks after me for Brian. After the coffee morning, Mr Bane dropped his future wife home but could not stay for coffee as he had to return home to Freida - the family tortoise. As lockdown approached Mr Bane's son David reminded them they would not be able to meet because of the restrictions, leading them, and Freida, to move in together. Mr Bane, who has three grown-up children, David, John and Janet, five grandchildren and a great-grandchild, was married to Dulcie for 55 years.
Peter Bane in his wedding picture with his wife Dulcie in Dorothy Dickinson in her wedding picture with her husband Brian in To be married to somebody for all those years and so happy and then you meet someone else and it's exactly the same.
The Christmas card from Peter Bane to Dorothy Dickinson, where he proposed by putting 'future wife' on the card.
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When Mr Bane was recently in hospital, his fiancee put a reply "I will" in his get well card. Ms Dickinson said: "On Christmas morning, Peter gave me a card.
I thought 'what's the matter with him sending a wife card' and then I saw the 'future' in blue pen over the top. She added: "I said 'is this a proposal?
I'm sure God put two old friends together after our sad loss of my husband and his wife. Dorothy Dickinson's get well card to Peter Bane when he was in hospital, where she replied 'I will' to his proposal which he had put in her Christmas card.
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