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For the small annual fee, you can become a member and find out more about Shoreham Fort’s history – one of our volunteers regularly find gems of information for us to share with you. Find out more! If you regularly volunteer at the fort we give you a years membership for free as a small token of our appreciation so come and join in the fun on our fortnightly volunteer day.
We’ve recently added a few changes to our website, and added a couple of new pages to look at:
With thanks to Hilary, and a few others, we’ve now got a collection of newspaper archives, from ranging from modern day, all the way back to when the fort was in it’s planning stages. The historic articles can only be seen by members, so remember to log-in before you take a look —Visit the archives…
Thanks to Colin Godfrey from the Subterranean History website for letting us use his pictures – you can now take a step back to 2009, and see the work that has been done in the last 5 years.—Step back…
It’s now possible to search the website – simply click the magnifying glass towards the top-right of the screen.—Find out more…
You can now leave a comment via Facebook on any news post.—Let us know what you think…
Gary and Sharon have been working really closely with Adur and Worthing council on a new ‘On Your Doorstep’ campaign and it is nearing its launch……..
“The vision of the campaign seeks to engage, enthuse and entice the people of Adur and Worthing to build a sense of pride and passion about their place, enabling them to increase the number of visits and spend locally”
In a nutshell, we want to encourage local people to visit local businesses and attractions – things that are on their doorstep…..
If you are in the Adur and Worthing area and want to raise the profile of your business with local people; share and learn through the experience of others; automatically get free inclusion in all marketing materials for the campaign and be able to network with other local business through events and the LinkedIn group then email firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer is always a busy time for us at the fort, not only with our events, but with hosting groups for visits to the fort as well. Yesterday we had the absolute pleasure of welcoming Superstar Arts to Shoreham Fort for a mini tour.
Adur Voluntary Action visited the fort for a picnic to thank their volunteers for all their time, commitment and dedication (If any of our supporters don’t know what amazing work the AVA does then have a look at their website). They are now based in the Old School House in Ham Road, Shoreham and have a lovely meeting room which people can hire. They can also be reached through the Lancing Village Action shop and the Sompting Big Local shop.
A late afternoon in June saw the Southwick Beavers joining us for a tour and chance to take part in the children’s parade ground drill with Gary.
On Sussex Day, in the evening, we saw a visit from the Surfleet Worthing Historical Group. The group joined us for a tour.
If you or your group would like a tour, presentation or a talk, then please feel free to contact us for more details.