Ilkley Literature Festival is the leading literary event in the north of England. As part of the Festival, on Wednesday 3 October and Thursday 4 October, Gina Campbell will be talking about her new book, Daughter of Bluebird, in the delightful setting of Bettys Café Tea Rooms, Ilkley. Both events start at 7.30pm. Following a delicious Bettys’ two-course Yorkshire supper, sit back as Gina Campbell, daughter of the legendary speed record holder, Donald Campbell, talks about living with the Bluebird legacy. A women’s water speed record holder in her own right, Gina was just a child when her father was killed while attempting to break the water speed record at Lake Coniston in 1967. She has been a key mover in the project to restore Bluebird K7. Includes a two-course set meal, followed by tea or coffee. Tickets cost £30 are available only from Bettys Café Tea Rooms, Ilkley 01943 608029. After the event, Gina will be signing copies of the book. For those unable to attend the Ilkley event, signed copies, including a bookplate to enable you to dedicate the book to someone special if you wish, may be purchased from the publisher Great Northern Books, click here to order a signed and dedicated copy.