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No room in cemetery for dying Jade Goody
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Published on 22 Mar. 2009 12:29 AM IST
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Cancer-stricken British reality TV star Jade Goody's wish to be buried in a flower-filled churchyard near her home after her death has been dashed because of lack of space in the cemetery. The "Big Brother" star had requested a plot at St.John The Baptist Church in Buckhurst Hill, Essex. But it has now emerged that the graveyard is already full, reported ananova.com "Unfortunately St. John's is full, so she cannot be buried there. All the parties will be trying to arrange (a place) close by," said Goody's publicist Max Clifford. Her husband Jack Tweed's family has an emotional connection with the church, which is closest to the couple's home in Buckhurst Hill. Goody, diagnosed with cervical cancer last year, discharged herself from hospital last week to spend her last days at home. Cancer-stricken David Prowse sends sympathetic message to Jade Goody Hollywood actor David Prowse, who was recently diagnosed with prostrate cancer, has sent a supporting message to cancer sufferer Jade Goody. The 'Star Wars' actor commended Goody for raising awareness about cervical cancer, with which she is herself suffering, through her reality show. David said that Goody had contributed "more than anyone else in memory" in spreading cancer awareness. "If I can do the same for prostate cancer in men, then I will be happy," the Daily Star quoted him as saying. David has been receiving radiotherapy for prostate cancer for the last two months.

 
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