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Old 21-10-17, 10:50 PM   #1
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Just seen a nice write up in Old Glory magazine about our 2017 rally, well pleased, to all those who exhibited and visited thank you.

Northumberland Vintage Tractor Rally this weekend at Brunton, to all our friends and fellow exhibitors who we saw or may not of recognised Evelynn and I are dealing with a serious family medical problem so were in a bit of a daze at the moment. Apologies for any short replies we gave.
By Friday we will know the best or worst news.
Being strong.
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Old 22-10-17, 05:05 AM   #2
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Fingers crossed for you both Bob.

Best wishes. Paul
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Prayers are with You from us, Bob. Dawn & Charles.
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Best wishes also. Been there and it's no fun.
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Thanks everyone, we've just got back home from Cambridge were Paul has had an endoscopy he had the symptoms of bowel cancer, he'd been googling and suffering severe abdominal spasm and pain, all good now nothing found still has the odd niggle but but following that up with Dr. He is only 35 and is about to start a new research program that's mega bucks, so has got a lot to look forward to but, ended up flat and looking into the abis, Once Friday's procedure was over and the results were in cheered up and back to himself, spent a day at Duxford IWM what a visit superb.
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Paul only told us on Friday afterwards that a colleague,same age had been miss diagnosed for two years and was being treated for IBS, gained a new job abroad and got rechecked, not good news he's having surgery to remove bowel and it has spread.
We then new why Paul was so anchious to get all the tests done no matter how unpleasant.
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Hi Bob,

its great news that Paul is in the clear.

Diagnosis for Bowel cancer is frustrating (having had the same fear looming over me 4 years ago). but I'm relieved that he is okay.

Best wishes.
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We have both had Cancer, horrible thing to have and never sure if it is going to come back.

Sounds like Paul has the news we all want to hear! Good luck to him.

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