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Danny Lambert is back in the UK after a serious bike accident in Spain about a month ago.

He is now in the Katherine Monk Ward (second floor, Golden Jubilee wing, Denmark Hill), King's College Hospital, London SE5 9RS

Visiting times are 2pm-8pm. Nearest station: Denmark Hill, which is the next stop to Clapham High Street on the circular Overground line.

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Update on Danny's condition. I visited him in hospital yesterday where he has been, both here in King's College, London and in Spain, for the past two months following a 130mph bike crash on a race track in Jerez.

He's making slow but steady progress although there was a setback recently when he had a fall which resulted in a further subdural hematoma for which he needed surgery.

It is hoped he will be able to leave hospital soon in order to begin a long period of convalescence.

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Latest news is once he's able to get out of bed and walking he'll be moved to a hospital in Farnborough for a further assessment.  According to Joy he's been asking about party activity.  On which I gave a brief update.

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Danny has been in a brain rehabilitation clinic in Blackheath (London) for almost five weeks and is doing well. He walks a little with a zimmer frame and is very talkative. His memory of recent events is not good but it's still early days.

Visitors are welcome at the Blackheath Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre, 80-82 Blackheath Hill, London SE10 8AD
(020 8692 4007) The nearest rail station is Lewisham. Parking is limited but there are meters in a nearby road. Visiting hours are 10am to 8pm.

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Danny has left the brain rehabilitation clinic in Blackheath and is now convalescing at his daughter's home in Loughton.  He his now walking, albeit a bit wobbly at times, although his memory's not so good.  But time will tell.

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