Submitted by Name: Chris Ayre From: Derby,UK E-mail: Contact
Comments: keep up the excellent work everyone your doing an amazing job in keeping Donald Campbell's dream alive
Added: April 14, 2017
Submitted by Name: David Estus From: Dallas, TX USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hello, greetings from the pond! I happened across your YouTube videos, and was absolutely enthralled. I was barely six years old when the accident occurred, and actually knew very little about Donald Campbell and his legacy. Thank you for your efforts and thank you for sharing it with the world. Mr. Campbell deserves nothing less! Very sincerely,David Estus
Added: March 27, 2017
Submitted by Name: Richard Henderson From: Perth, Western Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just recently revisited Lake Dumbleyung after some excessive rains have filled it to the highest it has been in 28 years. Was an impressive sight to see, standing aside the memorial atop * * * cat Hill. Anyway it sparked me to look into his records a bit further which lead to this website. Absolutely amazing work you guys are putting in and can't wait to see this the K7 in all her former glory on the water again! Keep it up lads, well done!
Added: March 2, 2017
Submitted by Name: Richard From: Staffordshire E-mail: Contact
Comments: Have just managed to catch up on my TV the excellent Donal Campbell biography from BBC over Christmas, Can honestly say what a true example of British daring do, In a world of the cult of celebrity and fame for fames sake it was truly an education, good luck project Bluebird, a donation is on its way ++++++++++++
Added: February 28, 2017
Submitted by Name: andy hunter From: largs, scotland E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Andrew From: Ringwood, Hampshire E-mail: Contact
Comments: We were amazed to find this treasure trove. We've been visiting the Lakes for years, but never ventured to Coniston. As it happens, we are about to embark on a DT project at school, in the Summer, linked into the Race for the Line project (Bloodhound SSC) and one of the things we want to do is to create interest in great land-speed record holders, so that the children will be enthused to write high quality biographies. Visiting the centre has really inspired me and I hope that I can pass that onto the children at our school. The names of Malcolm and Donald Campbell will be brought alive here. Thank you so much and good luck with the restoration.
Added: February 27, 2017
Submitted by Name: Paul Best From: Lincoln E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Paul Smyth From: Scunthorpe and Cairo E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great to see Across the Lake is finally on You Tube. Watched it (alone in Cairo) on the anniversary. Like you (Bill) DC was also my childhood (and lifelong) hero, and after your efforts - you could well be my second . Seriously mate - you are a legend. I took my son on Coniston in a borrowed dinghy at dusk in '92 as a 7 year old. He is now 31, and we WILL be there when K7 is back where she belongs, on the lake (Just let me know 6 weeks in advance please guys
Added: February 3, 2017
Submitted by Name: Robert Sanders From: Nottingham E-mail: Contact
Comments: Up at Coniston on the 4th - pity the RAF did not turn up!
Really moving memorial service and then at the grave.
Had the pleasure of meeting and chatting to Gina - what a charming and beautiful lady!
Added: January 5, 2017
Submitted by Name: John Willoughby From: Colchester E-mail: Contact
Comments: Where did the latest diary entry just go? I'm sure I wasn't seeing things.