After having closed in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic we are extremely pleased to announce that we are welcoming visitors to the Newhaven Fort, from the 19th June 2021! What will my visit look like? We have made some changes at Newhaven Fort to improve visitor...
After having closed in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic we are extremely pleased to announce that we will once again be welcoming visitors to the Newhaven Fort, from the 19th June 2021! Following some significant investment in the entrance bridge, exhibitions, and...
Newhaven Fort has received a grant of £850,000 from The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport through its Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage. The grant has been awarded as part of the ‘Here For Culture’ campaign and will help Newhaven Fort retain its...
We wish to recruit two new members to join our nine-strong governing body, the Board of Trustees. You would need to be able to make a commitment to Wave and devote the necessary time; have strategic vision, independent judgement, an ability to think creatively and a...
And we’re back! It’s been 103 days since we were last open to the public, but we’ve not been sitting idle all that time! Our Collections Manager Phil has been busy reworking some exhibitions, taking items out of storage and redesigning some of the rooms, which in turn...
Make it a summer to remember with Newhaven Fort and Sky High Trampoline Park! Show proof of your entry to Newhaven Fort at Sky High Trampoline Park and get 20% off your Open Bounce. Offer runs from 24th July until 3rd September 2019 inclusive Pay full price on any...
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