Get Involved

If you would like to get involved in any capacity, then please complete the form.

The  Volunteer Induction training session will be run as, as and when needed virtual online induction during this Covid restrictions and so please email to

The next Induction training session will be;

29th March 2022 at 19:00

This session will via MS Teams remotely, please email Andy to reserve your place

Future Working Dates;

Future dates are currently suspended due to the the latest updates on the Covid 19 virus.


We are always looking for volunteers. This important role at the fore front of making a real difference to the physical look of the fort.

This may be a person who has specific skills which would be useful in the work being undertaken or this could someone who just wants to make a difference at the fort. There is lots of work which requires no specific skills! Just the attitude and keenness to help.

Some of the types of work a “Fort Volunteer” be involved with:

  • Clear Ivy from existing building work
  • Clear large areas of foliage
  • Help unearth areas of the fort currently covered
  • Grass cutting
  • Digging and clearing earth

Friend Of The Fort

We are looking for people who want to be “Friends of the Fort”. This important role is to support and encourage the development of the fort. This may be a person who does not want to, or can not get involved in the practical element of maintaining the fort, but still wants to be involved.

A “Friend of the Fort” could undertake some of the following on behalf of the fort.

  • Think of ideas of how to raise funds to support the important work we do
  • Research the site – look into its history, the place the solider’s who served there
  • Promote the work happening at the Fort within the local community in order to seek further support
  • Photography – I will need help photographically recording our journey
  • Writers – In Addition to photos, I will also need people who have writing skills. Press Releases/blog updates etc.

If you would like to get involved, then please complete the form

The Littlehampton Fort Restoration Project

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