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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All 2009 Media 2008

Winter storms take out wartime fenders

The 66 year old docking stage at the Southern Gun Tower has finally given up resisting the harsh winter storms.  Maintenance crews removed several tons of debris surrounding the tower legs in February to prevent any structural damage to the…
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BBC at Redsands

BBC Two - Coast Tuesday July 14th 2009 iPlayer:  www.bbc.co.uk
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REDSAND FORT – SEPTEMBER 1943

Instructions for the towage and grounding of the Redsand Towers G1 Southern Gun Tower on Friday, September 3rd, 1943.The full plans and instructions for both the Redsand and Shivering Sand Forts are now available for public viewing.  Thanks to a…
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The Sea Forts, By Tim Mitchard.

This month sees the launch of a book that has taken me 20 years to complete. The book, the Sea Forts feature’s many of the pictures I took of Red and Shivering Sands. The pictures have been taken from the…
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Sea Forts and WW2 Show 2008

Images from event : on facebook
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RED SANDS RADIO 2008

We would all like to thank those of you who listened in and took the trouble to support us. Red Sands Radio is essentially a local radio service aimed at Whitstable and the North Kent coast. Licenced by Ofcom, (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