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February 27th, 3:07 pm

Marillion

27th February 2024 - Latest News From Pete

Hi,

Pete here, now that I’ve been home from hospital a few days, I thought I’d let you know how I’m doing and what it is I’m recovering from.

So, I had a triple coronary bypass graft. Commonly known as a CABG and pronounced like the vegetable! This was done at Harefield Hospital and although invasive it is a very routine procedure for them and recovery time is usually four or five days before being discharged.

As I had a couple of issues I spent five days in hospital and am now at home on the way to full recovery, which I expect to achieve over the next few weeks to few months. Four weeks after surgery I should be able to start getting my fitness and stamina back, starting slowly.

At six weeks I can drive and at that point I shall start a phased return back to the studio. As we are writing and recording this year I have a nice environment to get back to it all.

The people at Harefield were amazing and I had the best care possible. Yes, it’s been tough and I had good and bad days, along with Fiona who has probably suffered more than I have. I didn’t expect to need the surgery if I’m honest, I thought the angiogram would show I needed more stents.

However I never doubted the surgery or the team and was completely confident in their abilities all the way through. It is of course incredibly painful for quite a few days after, but now at home with a good balance of pain relief to aid me I am doing great considering.

I can’t thank you enough for all the love, warmth, positivity and genuine concern you’ve all shown me in the messages that both Fiona and I have received. It has been incredible and I’ve felt very loved and cared about. It’s as if you all joined together to create this great big virtual blanket to wrap around my shoulders and give me a hug, much needed at times.

Once again a big thank you for being there for me.

Pete27th February 2024 - Latest News From Pete

Hi,

Pete here, now that I’ve been home from hospital a few days, I thought I’d let you know how I’m doing and what it is I’m recovering from.

So, I had a triple coronary bypass graft. Commonly known as a CABG and pronounced like the vegetable! This was done at Harefield Hospital and although invasive it is a very routine procedure for them and recovery time is usually four or five days before being discharged.

As I had a couple of issues I spent five days in hospital and am now at home on the way to full recovery, which I expect to achieve over the next few weeks to few months. Four weeks after surgery I should be able to start getting my fitness and stamina back, starting slowly.

At six weeks I can drive and at that point I shall start a phased return back to the studio. As we are writing and recording this year I have a nice environment to get back to it all.

The people at Harefield were amazing and I had the best care possible. Yes, it’s been tough and I had good and bad days, along with Fiona who has probably suffered more than I have. I didn’t expect to need the surgery if I’m honest, I thought the angiogram would show I needed more stents.

However I never doubted the surgery or the team and was completely confident in their abilities all the way through. It is of course incredibly painful for quite a few days after, but now at home with a good balance of pain relief to aid me I am doing great considering.

I can’t thank you enough for all the love, warmth, positivity and genuine concern you’ve all shown me in the messages that both Fiona and I have received. It has been incredible and I’ve felt very loved and cared about. It’s as if you all joined together to create this great big virtual blanket to wrap around my shoulders and give me a hug, much needed at times.

Once again a big thank you for being there for me.

Pete
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27th February 2024 - Latest News From Pete

Hi,

Pete here, now that I’ve been home from hospital a few days, I thought I’d let you know how I’m doing and what it is I’m recovering from.

So, I had a triple coronary bypass graft. Commonly known as a CABG and pronounced like the vegetable! This was done at Harefield Hospital and although invasive it is a very routine procedure for them and recovery time is usually four or five days before being discharged.

As I had a couple of issues I spent five days in hospital and am now at home on the way to full recovery, which I expect to achieve over the next few weeks to few months. Four weeks after surgery I should be able to start getting my fitness and stamina back, starting slowly.

At six weeks I can drive and at that point I shall start a phased return back to the studio. As we are writing and recording this year I have a nice environment to get back to it all.

The people at Harefield were amazing and I had the best care possible. Yes, it’s been tough and I had good and bad days, along with Fiona who has probably suffered more than I have. I didn’t expect to need the surgery if I’m honest, I thought the angiogram would show I needed more stents.

However I never doubted the surgery or the team and was completely confident in their abilities all the way through. It is of course incredibly painful for quite a few days after, but now at home with a good balance of pain relief to aid me I am doing great considering.

I can’t thank you enough for all the love, warmth, positivity and genuine concern you’ve all shown me in the messages that both Fiona and I have received. It has been incredible and I’ve felt very loved and cared about. It’s as if you all joined together to create this great big virtual blanket to wrap around my shoulders and give me a hug, much needed at times.

Once again a big thank you for being there for me.

Pete

February 25th, 4:39 pm

Marillion

Mike Hunter would like to thank everyone who showed their support and generosity for his 10km run today, in aid of the Winter Run for Cancer Research. He's more than happy to have completed the run in 68 minutes and 10 seconds. 💪
www.winterrun.co.uk/fundraisers/mikehunter/winter-run-2024?fbclid=IwAR0-RbzehxKv25b7-aKt1nVrqOHNL...Mike Hunter would like to thank everyone who showed their support and generosity for his 10km run today, in aid of the Winter Run for Cancer Research. He's more than happy to have completed the run in 68 minutes and 10 seconds. 💪
www.winterrun.co.uk/fundraisers/mikehunter/winter-run-2024?fbclid=IwAR0-RbzehxKv25b7-aKt1nVrqOHNL...
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Mike Hunter would like to thank everyone who showed their support and generosity for his 10km run today, in aid of the Winter Run for Cancer Research. Hes more than happy to have completed the run in 68 minutes and 10 seconds. 💪 
https://www.winterrun.co.uk/fundraisers/mikehunter/winter-run-2024?fbclid=IwAR0-RbzehxKv25b7-aKt1nVrqOHNLi-nzbyiuBeT6ZkQjdSbA7KJK5PICQA

February 23rd, 3:06 pm

Marillion

Cruise to the edge rehearsals in full swing:) ... See moreSee less

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