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Shoreham Fort: Seven Forts Challenge

Hello and welcome to my blog.    If you’re a newcomer, pull up a chair and come on in, there’s plenty of room, unlike inside the mini-van that took five of Shoreham Fort’s Friends off to start their gruelling 50 mile sponsored walk from Fort Nelson, Fareham, to Shoreham Fort. Packed inside are Craig Searle, Hayley Cropp,… Continue reading…

Happy Christmas from the Friends of Shoreham Fort.

Hello and welcome to another Christmas blog from someone I have featured in 2013.To be fair this one isn’t from someone, but a group, the Friends of Shoreham Fort.     Regular readers will know that they are often featured and the last time was on 21st November when five of the Friends undertook a gruelling 50… Continue reading…

Shoreham Fort – Seven Forts Challenge

Hello and welcome to my blog. Sorry its been such a long time since I dropped in, but boy, what a difference a fortnight makes. It can be summed up in three words – Adur Ferry Bridge.Althougth I saw it take shape, it was only when we were on it that we really appreciated its… Continue reading…

Your weekend starts here.

Hello and welcome to my blog. It’s lovely to see you again.  I’ve got lots to cover this week, but precious little time in which to do it so it’s bullet points and capitals I’m afraid. FAMILY BEACH BONFIRE ON SHOREHAM BEACH – SATURDAY 9TH NOVEMBER at  6.30pm The procession will start at Beach Green at… Continue reading…

The best laid plans……

Hello, and welcome to my post. I’m sorry it’s late and Vlogless, but this week I’ve had to throw in the towel and go with the flow. I’m not complaining though because it’s been fabulous. It kicked off to a good start with the culmination of the Passion for Shoreham at Shoreham Fort. The weather… Continue reading…

Shoreham Fort: the great deception

Hello and welcome to my blog. It’s lovely to see you again.So much has happened since my last post that I don’t know where to start. Perhaps the best thing is to dive straight into a potted history of Shoreham Fort.  During the 1850’s, England faced the threat of a French Invasion. It was believed… Continue reading…

Adur Festival on the beach.

Hello and welcome to my blog. It’s nice to see you again and if you are new, come on in. There’s plenty of room for everyone. Before I get going, here’s a brief update on the last two blogs. Last week’s sponsored scooter in aid of Worthing Breast Cancer Unit was a huge success. Around 80… Continue reading…

Military History Day at Shoreham Fort.

Hello and welcome to my blog. It’s lovely to see you again and I hope you’ve had a good week despite the weather. It’s a shame that the rain has effected so many outdoor events but it’s nice to see the lawns revived and smell the flowers again. Whilst Beach Green was hosting Beach Dreams… Continue reading…

BBC Radio Sussex – 100 Lives

Hello and welcome to my blog. It’s lovely to see you again and once more I apologise for going AWOL. I promise I’ve not just been lounging around drinking lattes, I’ve been busy working on two projects; The Death Dodger : memoirs of a RAMC Medical Orderly 1940-46,  and my feature film. I’ve even been talking about… Continue reading…