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    Jeeezus,Sid.......I`ve just got back online after a month off and read about Peter`s injury.
    Really glad he`s doing okay,but what a shocker.

    Hope you and Anne doing okay.
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    Just caught up with this thread, I hope all goes well.

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    I can only echo the sentiments of the previous posters - Hope it all works out well.

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    Only just seen this Sid. Not a lot I can add, just hope all goes well for you all.
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    sorry to here your sad news but glad to see he has started improving already. i sincerly hope that he will continue to make great progress and full recovery as predicated.

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    sorry to hear of your news heres to a speedy recovery

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    Terrible news Sid, but I am very pleased to hear Peter is making good progress and I hope it continues to a full and complete recovery.

    Best wishes to you all.

    John.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crapaud View Post
    He's had a better day today.

    Blood pressure much better and off drip and oxygen. Had some colour back in his face.

    After an hour of visiting time when his friends came in he was noticeably tired and complaining of severe head aches but overall much improved.

    He is cheduled for more blood tests on Monday and another brain scan on Tuesday and if all is well he may be discharged on Wednesday or Thursday. Ann has been given the time off work so she will stay here as long as needed and I''ll return to Devon by Thursday.

    Anyone arriving early for Wee-kend, just make yourself at home at my place and help yourself to anything you need.

    Hopefully we will remember to put up the sign posts from Stibb Cross but if anyone gets lost just ask for Sid's place and the locals should point you in the right direction. If not call Proff and he should be able to help.

    Proff is in charge of getting the beer and cider so whatever else I forget to organise we should be alright for booze.

    some good news
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    Just to add my belated best wishes for a speedy recovery. I only got back from weekend down at TTech, so been out of email touch.
    It's great that you still want the Wee Kend to carry on despite -can't be the easiest weekend for you, but, anything I/we can do to help ......
    Pleased to read that Peter's on the mend.
    I'm sure that as long as there's Curry and beer, that we'll all muck in just fine .

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    Sheesh!
    just catching up here.
    All the best from us here to you there.

    what is it with bones and young 'uns lately? - Og Junior is in a body brace / has a broken vertabrae after a trampoline incident - he goes for another check tomorrow (hoping no surgery required).

    Thinking of you.
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    just seen this

    hope he's ok and getting better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crapaud View Post
    .... they are closely monitoring him for now. Obviously wife Ann wants to be here with him all the time as despite being 21 years old and 6 foot he is still her "little boy"
    Bloody hell.

    I'm only 35 mins away from Morriston Hospital, Swansea so if you need somewhere to stay, PM me and I'm sure we can sort something out.
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    Blimey, I too have just caught up with this, best of luck to you all, and I wish your boy a speedy recovery.

    See you at the wee-kend

    Shep

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    Blimey Sid - your kids could do with a dose of luck right now.........

    Hope he's on the mend quick.....
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    Been with him again today and we think he is getting better. He is grumpy today and snapping at his girlfriend and his mum. I just kept quiet and left him to it. He is complaining of headaches (not surprising really) and they keep giving him painkillers. He continues to be sick which is causing concern but we hope there will be better news after his scan tomorrow when they assess how the swelling on the brain is.

    We have appointment with solicitors tomorrow who think there is case against nightclub for not supervisng this dancing cage and the treament by the bouncers. I'll simply let solicitors deal with it all and we are only concerned with getting Peter sorted and well.

    I'll come back down to Devon for Wee-kend on Thursday to sort out last minute arrangements. I know some people are turning up early but you don't need me as Proff will be in residence. I trust you all so not worried about leaving you all to it until I get there. If you get there before me, the fireblade just needs the fairing and tank refitting and the suzuki on the other ramp just needs back brake refitting. Then you can start on the R80/7. Non-airhead bikes can be moved from workshop into garage.

    Some things may run a bit less smoothly on Friday if we are still running around sorting things out but it won't effect the enjoyment of the event.

    Thanks again for the numerous offers of help of all sorts.

    Cheers

    Sid

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