I too am very sorry to hear that Hayley still isn't well, she mentioned to us at Northampton a week ago that she had just started a course of antibiotics on that very day - sometimes even a weeks course isnt enough to do the trick
Obviously, my thoughts are with you Hayley - take some time to rest up and get well again. I know that you hate to disappointment people but sometimes its unavoidable. I hope you feel better soon and that I will see you in Cardiff in a weeks time.
Firstly I would like to wish Hayley a speedy recovery , I know she must have felt down about cancelling the concert but her health comes first not the fans. I arrived at Llandudno about 3 o'clock and couldn't see Grant so I waited a while in the car hoping I would see Hayley arrive. As it got near the time to meet Grant I had a bit of a wonder round and met him walking across the car park. I thought he looked a bit saddened , then he told me the news, I was gutted.
So we had a chat for a while about Hayley of coarse then we decided to have some tea. So we went along to the restaurant where Vicki , Beth and I go in when we go to Llandudno on our days out. We had a nice meal and a chat again mostly about our Hayley. We then headed back to the theater to my car, not the kind of evening we had in mind but we enjoyed it, thanks again Grant for your company, hope you have a safe journey home.
If you could harness the good will and good wishes going out to you from the members here you could raise the Titanic with your little finger, you are very dear to us and will be in our thoughts daily until you get well and always, stay warm and get well soon.
Get well Soon Hayley!! Please take your time getting well. This kind of cold can get much worse if you let it. I have been down that road and it is not pleasant. Your health is more important than your career, so take some time to rest.
My Love Always
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Back home from a very wet Llandudno. Roger's prompt 'phone call was too late to stop me going as my train was pulling out of Chester when the call came in. This was the one concert where I didn't have cancellation insurance so I decided to carry on.
Whilst I was naturally disappointed, my heart immediately went out to Hayley who had, I know, been looking forward to her tour and seemed to be enjoying it very much despite the infection.
I'm sure she will be very upset at having cancelled, but at the end of the day health is more important as has already been said many times on this thread.
After having dinner with Andy I returned to the venue just in case anyone else turned up, but I did not see either Ron or Larry although I did meet HWI member Bevan from New Zealand (forum ID 'BC') who had stopped off en route from the USA to Ireland for the rugby.
I discovered that the venue staff had made some 1500 'phone calls to advise ticket holders of the cancellation, although several hundred still turned up because they had either taken the opportunity to have a day at the seaside or were actually on holiday.
It was good to have Andy's company for a short while but I eventually found myself back in my hotel room watching TV instead of a wonderful concert.
Not the review of proceedings you hoped for I know.
Best wishes Grant
and to Hayley
I wish you a speedy recovery and hope that you are soon feeling better.