|10.Mar.2015 23:42||To: All|
|Hello - Great website - I used to pass Island Farm on my way from Cardiff to Aberavon beach as a child in the 60s & 70s. I now live in Australia and I am pleased to see you are doing a great job of archiving and amazing piece of Welsh history. |
|8.Jan.2015 11:03||To: jeff green|
|Hello, I was born and brought up in marbury, I remember the hall, the people, and what a wonderful place it was and still is .I go back every weekend with my sister Christine, my maiden name was Campbell and my best friend was Jennifer Haynes who lived at tne shop.|
|12.Nov.2014 18:12||To: Island Farm|
I have 'Receipts' for the following POWs :
Vice Admiral Frisius
Generalleutenant Fritz Becker
Generalmajor Werner Siber
My Grandfather was a Commandant of PW 2218 and his Adjutant signed for the above - I think they ended up with you.
|7.Nov.2014 12:08||To: The Owner|
|Hello - What a lovely place, had a lovely day with the family. Will be back soon.|
|9.Oct.2014 11:08||To: All|
|Hello - I was told about the site by a friend and have found this very informative. I hope to visit as soon as possible. The Biographies of the prisoners was interesting. One of them was seemingly 'responsible' for my Dad arriving in the UK! |
|22.Sep.2014 21:36||To: All|
|Hello/ I lived in Nantymoel until I was eighteen, and often passed the camp on my way to work in Porthcawl in the 1960's. I always wanted to know more about the camp. Well done. Your website has more than satisfied my curiosity and interest. A great web-site. Well Done to you and your helpers. |
|21.Sep.2014 18:16||To: All|
|Hello, amazing website :)|
|21.Sep.2014 18:15||To: Brett and Co|
|Hello :) This is a fantastic website you have here. So informative and jam packed with useful things. Greta job!|
|8.Aug.2014 20:45||To: All|
|Hello - wonderful website & extremely informative. Well done for your hard work!|
|2.Apr.2014 23:18||To: All|
|Hello ! Gladly sign your guest book. Our demolished history by our local council is almost gone in it's entirety. Sites like this are esential to preserve that which others seek to destroy !|
|21.Mar.2014 19:46||To: All|
|Hello very good site.Found a few camps by me but not the ones that my family used to talk about-too small??|
|3.Mar.2014 13:33||To: All|
I have just discovered your web site and was fasinated with the information in it, well done and best of luck with your further research
|8.Feb.2014 15:06||To: Brett Exton|
I came across your very informative website whilst researching information on my next book which is about the Shap Wells POW 3 camp escape.
Thanks for setting up a great web site which I totally support. well done.
|25.Jan.2014 7:06||To: Brett & Shawn|
|Hello Gentlemen: I thoroughly enjoyed your website. It was informative, well-researched and remarkably even-handed. It was a delight encountering it. Thank you.|
|4.Jan.2014 17:41||To: Brett|
|Hello, Took my son to the site today for a walk as they have been doing this subject in school. Found your web site when we got back to the house and found loads of very informative information on the subject. The web site is excellent. Than you.|
|20.Dec.2013 19:43||To: whomever|
|Hello I'm trying to find out about my Father, I believe him to be one of the Italian prisoners of war, he was deported as late as 1956 |
|12.Dec.2013 14:21||To: All|
|Hello. It's a very informative website. I learn quite a lot about the POWs after reading virtually all the materials here. Keep up the good work!|
|11.Nov.2013 16:41||To: Brett|
|Hello Brett, You have a great web site here and very informative, so congratulations is in order. I am one of the team that cut out and removed the paitings to save them from being destroyed, it is a pitty that by now they are not on display somewhere, lets hope they will be in the very near future. Myself and a couple of the other members may visit next year and hopefully we can meet up. Bill.|
|26.Sep.2013 7:29||To: Brett|
|Hello, I visited on Sunday 22nd for the first time and was extremely impressed with what I saw. The passion of the volunteers really sold the importance of safeguarding the site and memories for the future. I will contact you seperately to offer any assistance I can.|
|24.Sep.2013 23:39||To: All|
|Hello, I was told by a ' local ' that there was an Italian POW camp near the old abattoir close to where I grew up, so I did a search for POW camps and stumbled across your brilliant site !!|
|23.Sep.2013 20:00||To: All|
Visited on Saturday 23rd and only found out about the open day by chance. What a great day I had. Not from this area originally so it was all new to me. I learned so much and feel it is such an important resource of history and has the potential to be a great worldwide tourist attraction (so long as it is done well). Thank God for the bats! Well done and thank you to all who made it happen.
|23.Sep.2013 18:50||To: All|
Had a great day revisiting the only remaining hut where I used to explore in the late 1950s.
Well done to all concerened and thank you
|22.Sep.2013 18:53||To: All|
|Hello Just returned from the visit today and I have to say I was impressed with it. Only knowing a little about Island Farm and the camp, today has been very informative. Thank you|
|22.Sep.2013 18:40||To: All|
|Hello. Just spent a wonderful afternoon visiting Hut 9 Island Farm. Learnt a lot about the POW camp and the staff were very informative and made history come alive. Would love to see a permanent museum set up in the future.|
|21.Sep.2013 20:52||To: All|
I visited Hut 9 on island farm today and was impressed by the enthusiasm shown by the team there, their knowledge on Hut 9 and the history of the time was outstanding.
I wish the group success in passing on the interest to our younger generation.
Great day out, Thank you all.