After Saturday’s traumatic incident/accident, my sister Katherine Lidster has kindly lent me her Volkswagen UP (which I’m insured to drive) for the week, so I can get back to piano tuning in Leeds right away. If you need a piano tuning in Leeds urgently, Sunday during the afternoon or evening would work best, or possibly a day next week – I’m fully booked until Sunday now. I won’t be working as much in the mornings for the next few weeks as I’m dedicating a few hours a day to music and improving my general health and fitness. I’m still shaken up after the car crash – I was a split second away from losing my life, but on the other hand it has given me the desire to live adventurously.
Due to unforseen circumstances, my working hours next week will be limited. The best way to find out if I could tune your piano is to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone my mobile 07542667040. I won’t be listing my availability on this Piano Tuner Leeds website this week as it will be sporadic and dependent upon your location. This is because on the drive from Sheffield to Leeds today, I happily crashed my car like an idiot causing me to be without a vehicle for the forseeable future. I will be relying on friends and relatives for transport until I’m able to hire a car. Thankfully no one was hurt, but it’s very annoying – I’d previously kept it in excellent condition and had a lot of fond memories attached to it.
Well wishes to all my piano tuning clients in Leeds, Bradford and West Yorkshire – I hope 2018 brought you lots of joy. As glasses are raised and fireworks explode in the sky I hope you spare your piano a thought. If it’s been longer than six months since your piano was tuned and serviced, it’s time to give piano tuner Leeds a call. While piano tuning in the Kirkstall area of Leeds I found an important message inside a 1970s Bentley piano: