Submitted by Name: Tony Soley From: Devon (ex Hounslow) E-mail: Contact
Comments: Going through old photos, I came across a photo of Malcomn Cambells Bluebird that was "Dumped" at the rear of The Master Robert Hotel on the Great West Road. The Slide was taken in the late sixties. are you interested in a copy ?
Added: May 30, 2015
Submitted by Name: john wadham From: singapore
Comments: Bill, reminds me of you and your black escort 1.3l with smoothed out inlet ports and plenty of bottles of T-cut!!. A few months back i met a car collector with donald campbells xk150s in blue with a photo of it next to your bird! Anyhow, i must pop over and see your bird next time i am uk. John
Added: April 18, 2015
Submitted by Name: Judd d shenkman From: Canandaigua ny USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Spent today trying to get your website, will be forwarding a letter I wrote Regardiing Donald Campbell's k7 attempt on our Canandaigua lake in upstate New York. His final pass was on my birthday 9 / 7 / 57, that's my day but was born in 54 . My Dad and others convinced Donald to come to are city for promotional type of event, he would have passed Our cottage that day doing about 203 mph, as I've been told. As I said I have a letter of mine sharing some fun stories my Dad told me about Donald being at our local golf club, I be back soon , events of late have given me new interest, had been sick for most of 2014, and had no Idea of all these great thing s your doing , take care now Thanks for listening
Added: March 29, 2015
Submitted by Name: Linda From: Cheshire E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Mick Bentley From: Yatte Yattah Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: I used to be taken to Coniston every time Donald was going to make a record attempt,from the age of about 10 until I was 21 and I met Donald on several occasions. I left for Australia on Christmas day of 1966 and was very sad when I heard the news of his accident on Coniston. I have been back to the lake a couple of times and hope to be there again this year, when I go to the lake I pick a rose from a rose bush that grows very close to his memorial and place it on the memorial. I do hope the project is finished very soon so that I can come and see it again on the lake as the years are now passing and I am now 70 years old. Thanks for all those that are working hard on the project Mick Bentley.
Added: January 11, 2015
Submitted by Name: Hi all From: Paignton, Devon (originally Manchester) E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Sam Blewett From: London E-mail: Contact
I'm a reporter for a national press agency very interested in covering the work you guys are doing. It would make a fantastic story and hopefully get you guys some great coverage.
If someone could contact me via email or on 07817 040 771 that would be great.
Added: January 6, 2015
Submitted by Name: awl From: sunderland E-mail: Contact
Comments: great to see this project still going strong looking forward to see her complete and see her go threw the water again 100% credit to Mr smith and his team I remember the time I met Mr Smith way back before he had even found the boat or Donald he let me sit in his TVR he then told me that looking for bluebird was his hobby could not believe it when I saw it on the news that he found it no need to say keep it going ATB
Added: January 5, 2015
Submitted by Name: Steve From: Worcestershire E-mail: Contact
Comments: RIP Skipper
Added: January 4, 2015
Submitted by Name: Pops Hinde From: lake district E-mail: Contact
Comments: JUst a note to say. on this day 4th jan 67 I was there at coniston, RIP Skipper gone but not forgoten. POPS