Submitted by Name: Ann Metcalfe From: Oxfordshire E-mail: Contact
Comments: Remember watching Bluebird crash on that dreadful day I was 9 yrs old. I so hope she does make that final run when she is restored and my Father is still around to watch her again with me
Added: May 11, 2013
Submitted by Name: mike cooksey From: chudleigh knighton devon
Comments: when will she be on conniston water
Added: May 4, 2013
Submitted by Name: chris cox From: Belvidere Illinois E-mail: Contact
Comments: Really enjoyed the read, what an incredible story, I had NO Idea !!
Added: May 1, 2013
Submitted by Name: eric melville From: crieff in perthshire E-mail: Contact
Comments: wonderful work you are doing. I am looking forward to seeing the completed boat.
Added: April 28, 2013
Submitted by Name: Andy Taylor From: Askam in Furness E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi there! Well done with your project! Both Malcolm and Donald were like superheroes when I was a boy..I remember watching Donald that fateful day..i was just 9 years old then. I was devastated! I would love to come and watch Bluebird at Coniston..could you please keep me informed when she runs? it would be a valuable piece of history for me! Even better if I could take a pic of me with her! Yours, andy taylor
Added: April 25, 2013
Submitted by Name: William Bullimore From: Surrey E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am currently reading "The Bluebird Years" and have recently been to Coniston to get a feel for the book and its story. I have to admit I am becoming somewhat fascinated by the whole thing and find myself doing more and more research. I also feel I have a little bit of a connection in as much as I used to work for Fairline Boats for the Newington family which at that time was being run Sam Newington. His father Jack would have supplied the Fairlne 19 boats that were used. Looking through websites and reading the book I find that I may have a photograph that may not be know about, but it is a shot of Bluebird tied up on the jetty with the two Fairlines in the foreground. There are many people assembled on the jetty but I have no idea who they all are. Keep up the good work.
Added: April 23, 2013
Submitted by Name: Curt Kammeraad From: Originally, Holland. MI now in USA state Arizona E-mail: Contact
Comments: Wishing the recovery efforts every and complete success. The decision to locate and retrieve the body of Donald Campbell was both courageous and relieving. I salute you all.
Added: April 21, 2013
Submitted by Name: Judith johnson From: Selby, north yorks E-mail: Contact
Comments: Have just been to the poll in the Westmorland gazette and I can't believe more people think the bluebird shouldn't have a last outing than should! After all the hard work you guys have put in it really should be up to you and the Campbell family to decide. Me? I and my family follow your work and would Love to see her in all her glory on the lake one last time. Donald Campbell inspired so many with his record breaking attempts. I wonder what he would think? Keep up your dedicated work, whether she runs or not we will come and she her x
Added: April 19, 2013
Submitted by Name: Russ ROberts From: Barwell, Leicestershire E-mail: Contact
Comments: looking to see whats new?
A colleague from Shaftmoor Lane has been up several times working with the project on the fuel controller.
Added: April 17, 2013
Submitted by Name: Neil Fraser From: Ireland E-mail: Contact
Comments: Had a fantastic day helping Bill and some of the team. Loved the day and the people with amazing team spirit to get this fantastic machine running again for team GB. Well done......