Book of Condolence
In Memory Of Andy Dart
Another fellow biker lost, and a knotty friend too. Very, very sad news - my deepest sympathy to Andy's loved ones.
A young keen Scout Leader and Knot Tyer. He will be missed, not just today, but in the years to come. It was a privilege and pleasure to have known him.
Andy was one of the nicest people to meet. He will be greatly missed.
Colin Grundy & Jane Bamford
Andy, it was a pleasure to have known and worked with you across the pond and I feel sure that your presence and knotting skills will be missed on both sides of the Atlantic, as I will miss working with you. Peace and love to your family - you are in our hearts always.
Only heard last night of the tragic news of Andys accident. We worked togather for a long while at Pizza Hut and I considered Andy a great friend and work colleague. He was a lively, often witty man who I shared great times with while working. He will be sorely missed certainly by me and my heartfelt condolences go out to his family at this sad time...
So sorry to hear of the tragic death of Andy.
Fred Carrington (former council member)
I never got to know Andy personally, but I have seen the messages on the BHB forum, and I share the grief at the loss of a Knot Tyer. Though I grieve, I am not ungrateful that the IGKT has been blessed with Andy's presence.
My prayers are with his family and friends.
Andy; I am very sorry to see you go so soon, your happy smiley face and good banter will be sorely missed by all, Ride on & Ride Free my friend. My heart felt sympathy goes out to Andy's family and friends at this very sad time.
We are both sorry for the tragic loss of a young life.
Linda and Bruce Turley
Just wanted to say thanks to everyone who wrote messages about my cousin. He was a lovely man and always willing to help out people when he could. He always made people laugh.
<3 miss u andy <3 never forgotten <3 love you <3
Kelly Marsh (Andrew's cousin)
You will be missed. One less in the corps... Best of luck