The following messages have been left by donors to the Lake District National Park.
In memory of Bill and Joan Burston who loved the Lake District and created many happy family holidays at Howtown and beyond.
Our Rob, a loving caring Son, Brother, Uncle and Friend. Taken too soon, but never forgotten! You will dance on in our hearts forever! Xxx
In memory of Norman Stanley who enjoyed happy times here with his family.
For Sylvia, who loved Hawkshead.
In memory of John for all the miles we walked together over the years, especially over the Cumbrian Fells. You are still with me in my heart wherever I walk.
Loved and missed by us all, Rita and family, Wendy, Paul and Neil.
In loving memory of Stanley Langford (1914-1996), who shared his passion for the Lake District and Buttermere in particular, with those he loved. This bridge (Sour Milk Ghyll) marks the beginning of the climb to Red Pike where his ashes were scattered by his widow, Margaret and his children.
In memory of Chris Hart who died in 2015. Founder of the Christian Walking Club. In 1981 Chris placed an advert in the YHA Hostelling News - 55 Christians from all over the country replied. Today the club has more than 400 members and events are organised throughout the UK. (christianwalkingclub.org.uk).
Gwen and Bob of Liverpool will be sadly missed but never forgotten by their family and friends. Many happy hours spent together in the Lakes - Love, James, Liz and family.
In memory of
From their sons, David and Geoff Armstrong
Jo-Anne Taylor - My Earth treading star who is much loved and immensely missed - 1973 to 2015 - love you, Dave.
In loving memory of Wilf Upton. May his post guide others across the mountains he loved.
- The Peats
The bridge between The Boardwalk and Bench, High Dam is dedicated to Tony Wright. Donated by Rachel and Roz Sullivan as a fitting memorial to a man whose life purpose was to help as many as possible. Also for our dogs, Rooney, Dylan, Vasco and Rufus who love(d) High Dam even more than he did. Tony was the dearest friend, helper and mentor to family, friends and community. When you stand here, perchance seeing the river of primroses meandering downhill in springtime, ("Beautiful little chaps" he'd say), bless a man who was a force for good in this world.
In celebration of the Golden Wedding of Geoff and Celia Scott. Married at St Mark's Church, Layton, Blackpool.
A 'Yorkshire Lass' - I share my heart and LOVE the Lake District.
In celebration of Geoff Greenwood's 70th birthday on the 23 January 2017.
May his fingerpost guide others around the lakes and fells he loves.