2011 marks the 40th year for the Bonzer, and we are pleased to announce that we are headed back to Europe and England to continue the “Bonzer Project”. Forty years on, and interest in our work continues to grow. It truly has been a long, strange and wonderful trip.

Malcolm will be in France working with the amazing crew a UWL Workshop from approximately April 10th to the 20th. Renaud and Thomas Cardinal have kindly invited us back for a second round. Their factory does beautiful work, and we are honored to have our Bonzers built there. For information and ordering please contact UWL Workshop via Bonzer5-france.com

Following France he will off to Manila Surfboard Design in Portugal to shape from about April 21st to the 30th. This is our third year working with Manila. His factory produces top quality surfboards. We are fortunate to be able to work with Manila and provide Bonzers in Portugal and Spain. To order, or get information, please contact Manila at <[email protected]> or <msdsurfboards.com>.

After Portugal it’s back home for 6 weeks. Then it’s off to ‘jolly old England’ in mid June. This has become an annual pilgrimage. Lots of work, a million laughs, and the daily evening ritual of a pint and a half at the pub. Malcolm can still only handle two pints on occasion. The exact dates are still to be determined. For information please contact Guy Penwarden at <[email protected]>, and check in on <houseofbonzer.com>

Thanks to all of you out there who make our life in the world of surfboards possible.

Campbell Brothers Surfboards
Malcolm and Duncan Campbell

France 2010 – UWL Workshop

Portugal Bonzers 2010

England – “Rare Clash”

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