Do you want to support the Littlehampton Fort Restoration Project, but can’t really, or don’t really want to be on site getting your hands dirty? If the answer is yes, and you have fund raising ideas or experience please drop us a message email@example.com
We have to self generate our funds to work and operate as a charity, and desperately need to raise funds to enable us to continue with our good work, down on the Fort. All ideas and suggestions welcome and much appreciated.
We’re still working hard to get the site ready for its live launch. It may be that when we first launch the site there are some pages which are missing content etc. This should only be for the first few days of going live – sorry to say that this can’t be helped as we’re trying to move huge (with a capital H) amount of information, and we need to ensure that it has all been moved successfully and without incidence – I won’t bore you with the technical details, but lets just say that the technology is having a sulk in the corner.
What I will do is let you know when everything is up and running.
EDIT: The site is now up and running. We’re still in the process of adding some content from the old site.
So today Alun, Richard and Andy worked on clearing the growth on the 5th gun emplacement. Five large builders bags of vegetation were removed from the site. A very productive afternoons work by all. Well done guys.
So this was my first working day since the start of Covid and so i really wasn’t sure what to expect. On arrival it wasn’t too bad to be honest and not too difficult to put right and get us working towards getting on track.
Today was a nice small group to ensure that with our new guidelines and advice would work for us and the team.
The brush-cutter always has a really impressive effect on getting things done, and although had work, can achieve so much more.
Thanks to Alun, John and myself (Andy) for a good effect with some impressive results.