Exploring Forton Lake Vessels (Event from 2017)

FORTON LAKE

Exploring Forton Lake Vessels (Event from 2017)

Guided Walk

Meet by The Jervis Gallery, St Vincent College Campus, Mill Lane, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 4QA

Exploring Forton Lake Vessels with CITiZAN
WELLIES ESSENTIALThe Forton Lake Project was a collaboration between the Nautical Archaeology Society and the Hampshire & Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology which highlighted the importance of maritime archaeology to the whole community by encouraging hands-on involvement. Over 3 summers investigations and excavations were carried out on 20 or so ships, as the team uncovered and recorded them and researched their histories.Join Lauren from the CITiZAN* team to explore the mudflats and learn more about the wrecks.
WELLIES ESSENTIAL
Tour lasts approximately 60 minutes.
*CITiZAN (Coastal and Intertidal Zone Archaeological Network) is a community archaeology project that trains volunteers across England to record and monitor fragile sites along our coast and foreshores of our tidal estuaries which are being eroded by winds, waves and winter storms.

Event not suitable for children under the age of 10.

OPENING TIMES

  • Sunday 10 September: 0900 – 1000

BOOKING DETAILS

Book on line

  BOOKING FOR THIS EVENT IS FULL

 

ACCESS

Not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs. WELLIES are ESSENTIAL as this tour is on the mudflats at low-tide. Blue Badge holders may make use of limited parking beside the Jervis Gallery (3rd turning right off Mill Lane, signposted to ‘Gosport Shed

Service dogs welcome

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

There is a short walk from the meeting place to Forton Lake, from here the ground is uneven and slippery

WELLIES are ESSENTIAL!

ORGANISED BY

CITiZAN

CITiZAN

 

 

 

WEBSITE

www.citizan.org.uk/

For more information about the Jervis Gallery go to:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jervis-Gallery-St-Vincent-College/432870100256726 

or  http://www.stvincent.ac.uk/hire-of-facilities

MAP/DIRECTIONS (approximate)

Please enter via Mill Lane gate and follow signs for The Jervis Gallery (this was the old indoor swimming pool). General parking is by the sports pitch.

 
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