WELCOME TO PROJECT REDSAND CIO

Project Redsand CIO was set up with the aims of conserving, preserving and interpreting the history of the structure known as Redsands Fort. The long term goal is for restoration to the point where public visits can take place safely and give visitors a comprehensive view of how the fort was built, why it was built and the uses it has been put to over the decades since its construction.

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The Enfield Pageant of Motoring 2024

Good Morning Fort Fans this weekend we attended the Enfield Pageant of Motoring. We again met some awesome people and we also managed to get a few new artifacts for our display including a Bofors gun ammo crate , a…
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Gnr Harry Holyhead 14516779 RIP 1928-1977

Gnr Harry Holyhead onboard the Redsand Army Fort in 1943 Mr Harry Holyhead was a Radar Operator on the Sea Forts from the commencement of their operations in 1943 He was called up on the 21st January 1943-1945 and his…
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Michael Kavanagh RIP 20th July 1931 – 28th June 2005

Michael Kavanagh RIP 20th July 1931 - 28th June 2005 My grandfather Michael Kavanagh was born and bred on the Isle of Sheppey and had lived through the war and remembered every single plane he had ever seen many baring…
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Work continues…….

Good Morning Fort Fans! This weekend we attended the D Day 80 Celebrations at Slough Fort and we have spent the rest of the weekend working on our 3.7 inch AA Gun getting her ready for some topcoat paint. Thanks…
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The Show Season starts!

Hi there Fort Fans just another update of the Projects continuing works. This weekend a few of the Forts Volunteers will be attending Fort Luton with a few suprises. We shall be bringing along quite a few Artifacts from the…
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NEWSFLASH!!!!!! Apologies for the long awaited 2024 update!!!!

It is with great pleasure that we proudly present to you one of the original Thames Sea Forts 3.7 inch Anti Aircraft Guns. This was discovered at the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum and many thanks for their help in…
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"These days there are few adventures to be undertaken close to home."

"However, this is one, and one considered to be well worth undertaking."

Robin John Adcroft (Banks) RIP 1950 - 2018 
Visionary and Founder of  Project Redsand

Welcome back to the Forts Fort Fans!

 

Last weekend a work Party boarded with the view for the next work trips planning!

 

This image was recorded by the Projects work team on 20th July 2024

History is Happening!

 

Even more exciting news to follow Fort Fans!...........

 

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