Esther(24th September 2007 - Hungary)
England is beautiful! I love it. I'd like to visit sometime. I hope I managed to. This site is very great!!! Congratulations! Good luck, Eszter(Esther) from Hungary
Ginger Lee(4th September 2007 - USA)
Thank You for all the great information on your website! We were able to find fabulous places to stay while we were in England for the month of June! We drove around the Shropshire countryside for 3 weeks and then stayed on a narrowboat for 9 days and cruised the Llangollen canal! I highly recommend that to everyone! We had more fun and enjoyment on the boat. You really get to see places that you would not normaly see driving around in the car. I took over 50 rolls of film and am hoping to post many on your site. Our '08 trip will be only a narrowboat this time, it was that much fun!! :)
Karel VarhanÃk(28th August 2007 - Czech Republic)
I've just become a member of this great website! I'm honoured & looking forward to contributing with my pictures.
Sylvia Stapor(25th August 2007 - Winnipeg,Manitoba CANADA)
England is just beautiful! A place I'd love to visit soon! Lovely and breath taking pictures!
Brian Arlow(10th August 2007 - Lowestoft UK)
I would just like to say what a really great site this is its great viewing
Linda Fowler(9th August 2007 - Georgia)
I love this website. I visited London a few years ago and hope to make it back one day. In the meantime, I can always come here and look at the beautiful pictures.
Ruth G.(25th July 2007 - Arizona, USA)
Awesome website. It was the inspiration for the vacation we will be taking in the fall. We'll be booking our accommodations thru you too. Thanks so much!
Dorothy Partridge(12th July 2007 - Ontario, Canada)
What a beautiful site! My roots go to England, N.Ireland, Scotland and Wales and proud of every bit of it. The pictures were beautiful and I like to compare the looks of where my people came from, to where they homesteaded in Ontario. I have put this site on my favourites as I will return often. Thank you all.
Gwendolyn Martin-Ayers(8th July 2007 - Ahoskie, North Carolina USA)
My father was in WWII and met a beautiful french girl named Gwendolyn. I do not know what her last name was at that time. Her father was an officer in the french army during that time. The address were she lived at that time was 30 Forde Road, Newton Abbott, Devon. I have letters that he and she wrote to each other while daddy was there during the war. Daddy was wounded and had to be shipped back to the states. They never saw or heard from each other since. I do know that she loved my daddy dearly. If there is anyone that may have information of any kind on this address during the war time please let me know. Who lived there or close by that may have known a beautiful french girl named Gwendolyn. My father is deceased now 1993 and my mother is still living and ever so kind to allow me to be named after my daddy's girlfriend that she knew he dearly loved at that time. Please I would love to know if she has any family members that i might get pictures from. Thank you Gwendolyn
James F King(7th July 2007 - Manchester)
I am apologising for an earlier entry when I said I was surprised there were no entries for Mallom Cove. I was spelling it wrongly, I should have spelt it Malham Cove and there are plenty of entries, all excellent.
Angela Scarbrough Cowan(6th July 2007 - Cookeville, Tn. USA)
I have recently been looking up my family history; if information is correct, the farthest ancester I have found is William Scarbrough I, born Jan 28, 1559 or 1560 in Woburn, Bedforshire, England, died Sept 8, 1616 in Woburn. Married Agnes Farrar Jan 21, 1578 or 1579 in St.Mary's Church, Bedforshire, Eng. One of these days I will get to visit England and see some of the areas where family was raised. This site is a wonderful site. Thank you.
Denis Tunnicliffe(6th July 2007 - Australia)
Hi My Grandfather fought in WW1, he fought with the East Yorkshire regiment, I was curious to see where he must of spent some time, if not born there, seeing nobody in the family is quite sure where he was born.
Harley H Fields(6th July 2007 - Indianapolis Ind)
I spent almost nine years in England and loved every minute of it I even married a girl from Burford and we just celebrated 35 years together.
David Vernon(4th July 2007 - Mt.Helena Western Australia)
Well what an absolutely fantastic site. Love the pictures and the comments. So well presented. Thanks for bringing us closer to our roots.
Judith Burnside Riccio(4th July 2007 - Boyds, Maryland)
Originally from Hebden Bridge, was very nice to see some familiar places in the pictures, brought tears to my eyes. 22 years since i've been home. Can't wait to bring my family to visit. Just became a citizen of Maryland USA but still call Hebden Bridge my HOME. Can you add some pictures of the school and of Studley Pike? Would love to hear from old school mates.
Susan Embree(29th June 2007 - Canada)
My mother was from Margate. She had a son when young and he was adopted into a family from Tunbridge Wells, they ran a dairy. She married a Canadian soldier and came to Canada as a War Bride. She had 2 children after coming here. She and my father are both deceased, but I cannot forget I have a brother somewhere in England. She married in 45 so he was probably born 42,43 or 44. I think she named him George after his grandfather, but that may have changed at time of adoption. His surname at birth would have been Brazier. Is there a newspaper in Tunbridge Wells where I could place an ad? Or possibly some other suggestion. I loved visiting England and family in 1989 and it's time to come back and find my long lost bro.
James F King(29th June 2007)
Your site is wonderful. Showing lots of places you would like to visit but can't. I am surprised you have no entry for Mallom Cove, a marvellous place of grandeur and beauty.
Did you know? The Bridge Inn at Santon Bridge, Cumbria, is the venue for the annual 'World's Biggest Liar Competition'. The competition is held in memory of Will Ritson (1808–1890) a pub landlord from Wasdale, who was well known for his tall tales.