A long overdue post from me, Tom: sorry for the long delay. Some of my really good friends in London have decided to put on a fundraiser, Laura Street and Laura Silver have had a tradition of putting on a small festival in honour of themselves each year in the summer. This year they have kindly done so in order to raise money for the Pavilion trust, the festival will be held, unconventionally, in a pub. The pub in question is called ” the good ship” and is in Kilburn in London. Laurafest will be held this Monday, the third of September, and will be a night of live musical performances from brilliant acts such as the infamous Dr Joel,the windup merchants and Savage Messiah.
Laurafest is, as far as I’m aware, open to all. It will be a great night, good value for money and all for a good cause. I have tried my best to be in a position to attend but after battling with doctors and nurses, I have been told that due to still being on intravenous antibiotics and also due to my neck still being slightly fragile in the eyes of the consultants, it would not be safe for me to attend. I really am quite gutted about this, but I hope that all who attend have a great time. Dr Joel really is one of my favourite performers and also strangely has worked with my dad in the past (this is not how I know him).
For more information and details of tickets etc click here…
With regards to my progress, I’ve been working hard to deal with my loss of neck mobility,much of the same feelings as encountered previously.