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We really hope you enjoy our website and that you come back often to follow our progress…. Our regular newsletters will also ensure you don’t miss the important news and events at the Fort – sign up here!

If you’ve visited the fort then please fill out our survey. We also have one for our events, please do let us know how it was for you.

If you are part of a community group/organisation, we can come to you with our presentation or offer you a group tour, or just have a general enquiry.

Do you have any photos that you’d like to share with us? See the Photo-stream for more information.

For a 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.

Heritage Open Days

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Heritage Open Day at Shoreham Fort TODAY (14-Sept-2014), from 11am until 5pm:

Our extensive Gun Rack collection will be on display with examples from the 1700’s Brown Bess to the current SA80.

Firing demonstration from the Royal Sussex Living History group will take part throughout the day.

Learn the history of our newly acquired WWII Nissen Hut. Hear about our plans to create a WWI Memorial Training Trench.

Enjoy the beautiful surroundings and the Shoreham Beach Local Nature Reserve.

There will be a children’s History Hunt around the site.

Children will be invited to earn their keep (a chocolate farthing) whilst taking part in the Parade Ground Drills.

Tours will be at 1pm and 3pm.

Airsoft shooting range all day.

Our tea hut will be open to provide hot & cold drinks and cakes.

This is a FREE event, and all donations will go towards the education about and restoration of the fort.

Email Issues…

It has been brought to our attention that someone has been spoofing emails from us. One common tactic used by spammers is the “spoofing” of e-mail addresses. When they send out their junk e-mail (advertising pharmaceuticals, pirated software, false invoices, etc) they will often send a genuine user’s e-mail address in their ‘from’ field so that the message appears to come from them.

Please do not open any emails from bill@shorehamfort.co.uk

The email content is as follows:

Afternoon,

I was hoping to hear from you by now.
May I have payment on invoice #………… today please, or would you like a further extension?

Best regards
Delois Sikorski
+07527 876 789

Please do not dial the number and please do not reply to the email. Please also do not open any attachments – they will contain a virus.

We can confirm that we are not chasing money.

Our only advise can be to block the user and delete the email from your system.

Please rest assured that our IT ‘man who can’ has taken steps to ensure that this doesn’t happen again.

If you are trying to contact us and we haven’t replied then please bear with us and please try again – it may be that your email has been caught up in the middle of this.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Sharon Penfold
Secretary

Talks and Tours

The past month has been a busy one, and it’s not over yet!

Along with the bikers beacon (which raised an astounding £846.60 for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal), we’ve also hosted groups for tours, and been visited several groups for some presentations.

The highlights:

  • Early in August Shoreham and Southwick Rotary Club join us for a tour.
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  • A few days later, saw us giving a presentation to The Royal Engineers Association, Brighton Group, at the Royal British Legion in Lancing. Running in the background whilst they had their meeting wass Craig’s Bikers’ Beacon video.

  • We had the privilege of meeting some of the people behind ATN – Adur Talking News. These ladies and gentlemen meet weekly to record news stories and then deliver CDs to the blind or partially sighted so that they are kept up to date with local current news.

  • Following on from a presentation we did last year, we once again had the pleasure of seeing Worthing Steyne Rotary Club. They joined us for a guided tour.

  • Wadhurst U3a were our hosts at their AGM and our new projector was put through its paces, and proved a worthy investment, on their massive screen. Thank you very much for inviting us and we look forward to seeing you on site for a tour in the near future.
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We will be at the Shoreham Airshow at the end of the month – come along and say hello!



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We're always in need of equipment, tools, and items at the fort... here's a few things on our wish list:

Projector
Doors for Food for Fort

A big THANK-YOU to Vevo Vision for the donation!

Doors for the Nissen Hut

A big THANK-YOU to Vevo Vision for the donation!

Projector Screen

A big THANK-YOU to Pat & Viv Carroll for the donation!

Wheel Barrows
Calor Gas Heater

A big THANK-YOU to Stephen Jennings for the donation!

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