Meet at the end of Parham Road at the edge of Forton Lake, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 4UE
A low-tide exploration of the history of Forton Lake.
Join the CITiZAN team for a guided walk amongst the collection of abandoned boats in Forton Lake. The collection includes over 30 vessels of various shapes and sizes built roughly between the 1800s and 1960s.
Hear some of the unique stories that illustrate the wide-reaching influence and significance of our maritime heritage in both Portsmouth Harbour and beyond.
Duration approx 60 minutes
Saturday 18 September: 1330 & 1500
Please DIY book via the BOOK NOW button. But for people who may experience difficulty with booking online themselves, we can help.
Contact us from 0930 to 1700. Monday to Saturday….
In-person: Gosport Tourist Information Centre (at the Bus Station)
By Phone: 023 9252 2944 or 07849 399 823
By Email: email@example.com (subject line: ASSISTED BOOKING)
Booking opens: 21 August 2021 0930
Booking closes: 16 September 2021 1700
This is a low-tide walk along the foreshore – suitable flat footwear is ESSENTIAL. Surface not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs. Parking is on-road only and spaces are sparse.
This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.
Please arrive to meet your Guide 10 minutes before start time.
Meet at the end of Parham Road at the edge of Forton Lake