WELCOME TO PROJECT REDSAND

Project Redsand 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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Mystery Jets – Bubblegum (Official Music Video)

Curve of the Earth - The new album from the Mystery Jets out now. Visit the MJ store http://po.st/MJStore for exclusive album bundles including signed copies, double gatefold vinyl & signed lithograph prints. Download on iTunes : http://po.st/MysteryJetsiTunes / Listen…
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Progress Report 2014

Progress Report 2014 Project Redsand would like to thank the Work Team for their sterling efforts at the Fort.A group of 10 professionals make up the Work Team, most being members of Underground Kent www.undergroundkent.co.uk with some serving in the British Army.…
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Public Presentation

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMr1ALMBjOI Video update of Project Redsand progress and history. We need your support, please visit our website for more information on how you can get involved
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The Story of the Texas Towers – Project Redsand Exclusive!

Texas Towers – With grateful thanks to David Lytle for permission to publish this article (Copyright David Lytle). Read the PDF here Article compiled by David Lytle, Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland. david.lytle@ntlworld.com Source material reproduced with kind permission of…Mark Farmer http://www.thetexastowers.com,…
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Young Inspired

Inspired by her Fathers interest in marine structures, 9 year old Jo Lytle from County Antrim, Northern Ireland, has built her own  Maunsell Sea Tower. The Blitz of London in WW2 was the subject of her school project and so…
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The Prodigy at Redsands

http://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=HHFsqPeNfsE The prodigy have launched their new album “Invaders Must Die” at the start of their world tour. The new video and publicity at the venues features the Redsand Fort. This will no doubt help to raise awareness of the…
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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