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PhilipInCoventry
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211 of 240  Mon 4th Jul 2016 12:06pm  
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Hi all & thank you MR. "Brill"
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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212 of 240  Mon 4th Jul 2016 1:54pm  
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As a matter of interest - where is Brill ? Roll eyes
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Midland Red
Cherwell
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213 of 240  Mon 4th Jul 2016 2:22pm  
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Brill is on the border of Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire, roughly halfway between Aylesbury and Oxford
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dutchman
Spon End
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214 of 240  Mon 4th Jul 2016 3:57pm  
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Not in Holland then? Lol
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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215 of 240  Mon 4th Jul 2016 5:06pm  
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Thanks MR, it looks a nice quiet little place, I wonder if it has a history of any strong significance, maybe a King passed through. Smile
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Midland Red
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216 of 240  Mon 4th Jul 2016 5:38pm  
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Yes - see wiki Thumbs up
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PhilipInCoventry
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217 of 240  Sat 8th Oct 2016 1:18pm  
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Hi all Wave I promised my forumite friends that I would post a pic from my distant dark days of trafficking.
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Midland Red
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218 of 240  Fri 23rd Jun 2017 9:39am  
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I don't know why Roll eyes but I immediately thought of you when I saw this Wave Wave
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PhilipInCoventry
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219 of 240  Fri 23rd Jun 2017 11:09am  
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Hi Midland Red Wave I cannot think of a reason either. The Belgrade was ace this Wednesday. Thank you. Cheers
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PhilipInCoventry
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220 of 240  Wed 5th Jul 2017 11:25am  
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Hi all Wave Visited UHCW (Walsgrave Hospital to most of us) x-ray at 8.30am today. All completed by 9am so treated myself to a breaky. Really nice. My free bus pass is not usable until after 9.30am at which time the x-ray unit is usually heaving, so well worth the effort of going early. "The early bird gets the worm". Could not have wished for more courteous staff, both admin & surgical. I posted the above on the hospital review facebook site. Got a bit of "gip" with my knee.
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Midland Red
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221 of 240  Wed 5th Jul 2017 11:59am  
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PhilipInCoventry
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222 of 240  Mon 5th Mar 2018 10:44am  
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Hi all Wave I have had some waterworks procedure at Walsgrave hospital, along with some ongoing treatment. I'm currently discharged & home & depending on what transpires with the treatment will dictate the future. I actual feel the best that I have for months. Once I get used to some temporary plastic plumbing, I may be able get out & about in a week. So, that is just to explain my absence & lack of activity, along with my gratitude for my friend covering for me on our forum. What I can tell you about is the five star hotel called Walsgrave hospital. The staff are rushed off their feet, but care with a passion of care. Just to boast, on leaving, the senior staff nurse gave me a gold star award for not pressing the call nurse button once. I didn't need to. The food like everything else was fab. The sad part was leaving behind two very ill gents in the ward. I tell you, they wouldn't get better care if they were in Buckingham Palace. Best wishes Philip. Cheers Big grin Thumbs up Happy
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argon
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223 of 240  Mon 5th Mar 2018 11:30am  
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Recently come out of Southampton General hospital after surgery, I echo your sentiments about good treatment. Three cheers for the N.H.S.
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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224 of 240  Mon 5th Mar 2018 12:27pm  
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That's good news all round when I hear our Forum mates are well on the mend. Please don't go skating just yet!!!!!!!!! Wave
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Helen F
Warrington
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225 of 240  Mon 5th Mar 2018 5:22pm  
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Aww sorry to hear you were poorly Philip. Fingers crossed you're on the mend. Nurses can be angels or demons, I'm so glad you got the good ones, you deserve them. Long distance hugs and hope you'll soon be well enough for your very important job of reviewing Coventry's breakfast emporia and you need to be fit for the spring rail schedule both real and in miniature. Take care. You too Argon, it's good to know another member is back where they belong.
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