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June 6, 2014 07:58:35 (GMT Time)



Name:W Parker
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you from:
Kingston Upon Hull
Comments:We need this brought into the public eye. Thank heavens for Karoo Home page, I didn't even know this website existed. The people of Hull or the 'north Eastern town' as it was described on news bulletins at the time, should have this memorial and the Swan Pub used sympathetically. I noticed there isn't a donation listed from the council? That's my next email I think. Keep up the good work in bringing this to peoples attention.
June 19, 2013 20:21:16 (GMT Time)



Name:Noel Brettoner
Email:nbrettoner{at}yahoo.com
Where are
you from:
Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia
Comments:Greetings & well-wishes for the future of the theatre. Can you tell me please if the theatre had an organ?. My father (Barrie) was one of the eight (or so) 'Ace' organists who played throughout England, circa 1937 to end of 1939.
June 12, 2013 00:44:24 (GMT Time)



Name:Elaine Jackson
Email:ela3009{at}hotmail.co.uk
Where are
you from:
East Hull
Comments:How very short-sighted of our Council not to see the potential in this building. That it still stands proud to-day as if to demand attention, that quite honestly should of been forthcoming years ago! My daughter, who attends Bishop Burton College, is in the process of doing a piece of work about this historic stalwart. How disgusted our young people must be to see how the building has been left to rot. How insulted must previous generations feel that this has been allowed to happen. Come on Hull City Council, you owe it to future generations to fund the restoration of this building, apart from the respect it clearly deserves.
January 14, 2013 23:36:08 (GMT Time)



Name:John
Email:unlisted
Where are
you from:
Hedon
Comments:I've always pointed out the cinema to passengers as I drive by the site of the National since I discovered it from the book "Last Complete Performance - A History of Hull's Cinemas" about 20 years ago. You can still see burnt glass in the upper windows, and the whole place is real in a way that no photograph or written account of the war ever could be. I hope you manage to keep it as it is, and eventually allow public access to their history (and we can finally see behind those advertisement posters!!) The remains of the cinema are a physically tangible moment frozen in time where local people feared for life and limb every day, not just an empty piece of land waiting to be turned into flats. Another place to see in Hull - also an old cinema - is Boyes on Holderness Road, where the last civilians to die in this country during a manned bomber attack in WWII were killed. Inside the shop is a "stairway to nowhere" leading to a balcony which is no longer there.
November 16, 2012 14:12:39 (GMT Time)



Name:Peter Mcloughlin
Email:mcloughbgm{at}mcloughbgm.karoo.co.uk
Where are
you from:
Hull
Comments:My Mother(A Land Army Girl)Grandad and Grandma Reed.Lived In Park View of Scully Lane.This area took a large amount of bombs due to the Power station being down there.Mum,Grandma and Grandad had to be dug out of their shelter when Tunis street was bombed as debris had trapped them.They were some of the lucky ones.Many people lost their lives and families suffered very badly in those dark days but they carried on regardless.These events and brave people should not be forgotten.We need this memorial.Keep fighting like they did in the war and keep up the good work.
July 6, 2012 13:53:04 (GMT Time)



Name:Nick
Email:battlescenepro{at}optonline.net
Where are
you from:
New Jersey, USA
Comments:Good Luck from Battle Scene Productions! This building is a great piece of historical WWII importance and remembering what occurred in your "backyard" during the war . It would of been nice to stabilize the building and make a museum out of it.
January 1, 2012 15:12:01 (GMT Time)



Name:Christopher Ayre
Email:chrisayre1{at}hotmail.com
Where are
you from:
Beverley
Comments:I'm 60 now and for the first 10 years of my life lived off Beverley Road. I remember travelling on the trolley bus to the city centre and always being fascinated by the mysterious derelict building behind the advertising hording. What a thoroughly worthy cause this is and what a shame official money isn't there immediately to fund the campaign. How very shortsighted we are at times when it comes to preserving our heritage and unique sites and buildings. Good luck to your cause. Can I make a donation using credit card details ?
December 21, 2011 08:16:58 (GMT Time)



Name:Martin Arnold
Email:itsonlyme{at}optusnet.com.au
Where are
you from:
Gypsyville, West Hull, living in Australia since '73
Comments:I've been fascinated with the National for almost as long as I can remember and never miss a chance to visit the ruins whenever we go back to Hull.. I would love a chance to hop over the back fence and take a really close look, but the last time we were in Hull in '09 I chickened out...guess I'll have to wait till next time. Good luck with the restoration, the National deserves every consideration...!! Cheers, Martin
December 6, 2011 08:15:59 (GMT Time)



Name:Laurence Reed
Email:reed.lorenzo{at}gmail.com
Where are
you from:
Eton Street,Hessle Road Kingston Upon Hull
Comments:I wish you all the best with your campaign to save this historic monument.If it had been in any other town or city it would have been snapped up for preservation,I'm afraid it sits in short sighted Hull.good luck!!!!!! Best regards
November 19, 2011 09:51:01 (GMT Time)



Name:Mike Covell
Email:mcebe{at}hotmail.co.uk
Where are
you from:
East Hull
Comments:An excellent cause and a brilliant website. My grandfather's picture has been in the Hull Daily Mail on several occasions, it's also on the rear of the book "A North East COast Town" by T. Geraghty. In the image he is stood in a bombed out Hull house with family, all smiling and he has his thumbs up. A great image that captures the spirit of Hull.
August 1, 2011 09:45:49 (GMT Time)



Name:Paula Mitchell
Email:Paulamitchell1972{at}hotmail.co.uk
Where are
you from:
Hull
Comments:I moved to Fountain Road in 1979 age 7. I along with the other children on the estate would regularly play in here, climbing the stairs, walking the beams and picking the brambles before going home. We had no idea how precious the remains of the building were or the history behind it. Just innocent kids finding adventure. I feel it should be tidied up and used as an education tool for Hulls primary school children. I revisited this site in 2005 for my final university project, I will definitely be in touch as I have some close up photographs of the front facing sections.
July 28, 2011 07:19:07 (GMT Time)



Name:Mark Cain
Email:max77{at}hotmail.com
Where are
you from:
Sheffield
Comments:Being interested in all things to do with ww2 and in particular the remains of ww2 infrastructure as a historical record of that era, I belive that the national picture theatre should be saved in some form, to remind us all of our nations history. Too many buildings from this era have disappeared already and I feel it would terrible if the theatre was to vanish along with so many other buildings, when its clear that it can be saved and given a new use associated with its history.
June 6, 2011 14:56:18 (GMT Time)



Name:Anthony Poskitt
Email:ajposkitt{at}yahoo.com
Where are
you from:
Hull born now on the move from North Wales to Cornwall
Comments:The Swan Inn was my local for a year or so in 1962/3. I am sure it was nicknamed the mucky duck or was that a black swan also on Beverley Road? Anyway I have hoped for many a year that the Theatre could be save. All the best.
May 9, 2011 19:33:16 (GMT Time)



Name:June Cooke
Email:lat_designs{at}yahoo.co.uk
Where are
you from:
Hull
Comments:You are doing such an important job - well done! I will bwe spreading the word
March 14, 2011 08:38:01 (GMT Time)



Name:Marina Hartley
Email:info{at}petrespect.org.uk
Where are
you from:
Hull
Comments:What a fantastic website and project. I have admired the building for years and its history-thank you so much for trying to save it and put it to such a unique use. I have collected war memrobillia since I was 15 years old and have incorporated a passion into my work. I am a co-director of Pet Respect - a local charity and I visit primary schools delivering a 4 week project on the subject of Animal roles in the War. I take all my memrobillia collection on the last week for the children to enjoy the items hands on. I would therefore love the building to be used for education purpose and to share Hull's history of WW2 etc.
March 5, 2011 16:23:15 (GMT Time)



Name:Trevor Newbert
Email:tnewbert{at}tiscali.co.uk
Where are
you from:
Mallton but born in Hull and lived there until 1977
Comments:This should be preserved " as is" but cleaned up and be on show as a memorial.
February 14, 2011 14:51:51 (GMT Time)



Name:John Whitworth
Email:jw{at}whitworth.biz
Where are
you from:
Essex, though went to uni in Hull.
Comments:I lived in Margaret Street during 1994/5, and was a frequent pedestrian along Bev Rd for some three years. But I never realised that this place even existed. I only discovered it by watching Dig 1940. How is the objection going?
February 12, 2011 14:26:58 (GMT Time)