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    Default Dave Manley.

    Steve, Guntruck on the Drome has just posted this message.
    If it is verified I am also sending my best wishes for a full and speedy recovery.

    Rob.

    David Manley


    There is a report on The Miniatures Page that David Manley has suffered a stroke and is in hospital for assessment. I am sorry to see this and I know all of you as well as myself will wish him a full and speedy recovery.

    Get well soon Dave.
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    I am pleased to be able to report that Chris aka Cpn Duff has exchanged a few words with Dave via Facebook. He has now left the hospital and is doing as well as can be expected in the circumstances, although it is expected that his recovery will take some time.

    Rob.
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    It certainly is good to hear that David is out of the hospital.

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    Yes it is Dobbs. I will inform of further updates as I get them.
    Rob.
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    Chris, Raffer J Larwood had a message fom Dave on LinkedIn, sounds like he is back in hospital but hoping to be home for Christmas.

    Rob.


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    Dave has just contacted the Drome himself.
    Here is his message.

    " Hiya, thanks for all the good wishes
    I'm not actually out of hospital yet, I'm in a less intensive ward and hoping to go to our local recovery hospital soon. I'm on the mend nut still VERY wobbly and mot likely to bemoaning anything for a while due to wonky eyes and hands. But getting there. "
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    Good to see that Dave Manley popped in yesterday to have a look around on the Anchorage.
    Hope that means you are feeling much more chipper now Dave.
    Rob.
    The Business of the commander-in-chief is first to bring an enemy fleet to battle on the most advantageous terms to himself, (I mean that of laying his ships close on board the enemy, as expeditiously as possible); and secondly to continue them there until the business is decided.

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