Below are some of the Slough Fort Preservation Trust’s Affiliated Organisations, with whom we work alongside and support on a mutual basis. Scroll down for more information.
Wheels of Time
The Wheels of Time educational scheme is aimed at engaging young children aged three to eleven with history in their local area, and across the county.
To find out more about the Wheels of Time scheme, or see what the over 50 sites partnered with the scheme are, click the Wheels of Time logo to go to their website.
Medway Queen Preservation Society
The Medway Queen was launched in 1924 and entered service on Thames estuary routes in May of that year. She was used as a minesweeper in WWII and is famous for her seven trips to Dunkirk in 1940.
To find out more information about the work that the Medway Queen Preservation Society do, see their achievements, or to become a MQPS Volunteer, click the Medway Queen Preservation Society logo to go to their website.
Project Redsand was set up with the aims of Conserving, Preserving and Interpreting the history of the structure known as Redsands Fort, located approximately 10 kilometres off the Isle of Sheppey.
To find out more information about the work Project Redsand do, see their acheivements, or to become a Redsand Volunteer, click the Project Redsand logo to go to their website.
The Palmerston Forts Society
The Palmerston Forts are a group of forts and associated structures around the coast of the United Kingdom. The forts were built during the Victorian period on the recommendations of the 1860 Royal Commission on the Defence of the United Kingdom, prompted by concerns about the strength of the French Navy.
The Palmerston Forts Society brings together enthusiasts from across the globe, with a main focus on the Forts situated within Hampshire.
To find out more information about the Palmerston Forts Society, click their logo to go to their website.