If you would like to be included in our links page please let us know by filling out the Contact Form or give us a call. Tel: 01424 437452. We hope you will find the following links useful.
|English Heritage The seas and shores around Britain contain an immense wealth of archaeological remains from shipwrecks to submerged prehistoric landscapes. Shipwrecks by their very nature are often hidden below the waves but they can be fascinating places for us to explore. England currently has 46 sites which are protected as they help contribute significantly to our understanding of the past. They range from the remains of Late Bronze Age cargoes to early 20th century submarines. Find out more about these important sites.|
|HMS Invincible - NASAC Much of our diving in 2012 has been on the Protected Wreck site of HMS Invincible, helping Site Licensee and club member Dan Pascoe with ongoing survey ...|
|The Nautical Archaeology Society is a world leading charity providing help, resources, training and events for everyone interested in underwater and coastal archaeology.|
|Alliance To Reduce Crime Against Heritage (ARCH) is a voluntary national network which takes forward initiatives to tackle heritage crime and galvanise local action as part of the Heritage Crime Programme.|
|Association Of Independent Museums (AIM)
The national UK body connecting, supporting and representing independent museums.
Independent museums range from small local organisations, mainly operated by volunteers, to large institutions, many operating as charitable trusts, and represent over half the museum provision in the UK.
|Sovereign Divers are the Eastbourne branch of BSAC (British Sub-Aqua Club) We are a lively diving club diving mainly off the Eastbourne coastline; we are very fortunate to have easy access to some of the best wreck dives in the English channel. If you are a 'Holiday' diver and only go warm water diving then you don't know what you are missing!|
|Fort Nelson - Royal Armouries This imposing Victorian fort is home to the Royal Armouries national collection of artillery – The Big Guns. Strategically positioned atop Portsdown Hill, with panoramic views across the Meon Valley and Portsmouth Harbour, Fort Nelson is an historic monument, restored to how it would have been in the 1890s. Visitors can access most areas of the fortifications and see how the Fort would have operated.|
|The Historic Dock Yard Chatham The Historic Dockyard, Chatham is a stunning 80 acre site with historic buildings, museum galleries, historic warships and a vibrant programme of events and ...|
|Fort Amherst Heritage Trust The mission of Fort Amherst Heritage Trust is to restore and protect Fort Amherst and develop it as a premier heritage and leisure attraction. Also Develop and promote Fort Amherst as a sustainable centre of history and culture within the unique context of Medway’s military heritage.|
|Richard Endsor The website of Richard Endsor, Seventeenth Century shipbuilding historian, Artist, Engineer, Computer Programmer and author of The Restoration Warship.|
|Seadive Organisation has been in existence for over 15 years and is dedicated to heritage diving and advancing the cause of maritime heritage in the UK and in mainland European waters. We are a non-profit making organisation and has full Charitable Trust status. We work in close association with East Kent Maritime Trust (EKMT) and the Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS) Wessex Archaeology etc.|
|The University of Birmingham has been challenging and developing great minds for more than a century. Characterised by a tradition of innovation, research at ...|
|Build The Lenox Project Enthusiasts in Deptford, south-east London, propose to build a replica of the Restoration warship Lenox in the dockyard where she was originally built – King Henry VIII’s Royal Dockyard. The original Lenox was built at Deptford more than 330 years ago and is unique in that all her details and specifications are known – so that an exact and true replica can be made. The original dock in which she was built is only a fifteen minute walk from the maritime heritage site of Greenwich, the National Maritime Museum and the Cutty Sark.|
|Bluereef Aquarium - Hastings Over 30 naturally themed habitats transport you on a fantastic journey from the shoreline of Hastings to the tropical waters of the deep ocean. Along the way come face-to-face with fascinating seahorses, pulsating jelly fish, amazing pufferfish and graceful rays. At the Aquarium’s heart is the giant ocean exhibit where an underwater tunnel offers incredible views of reef sharks, stingrays and shoals of colourful reef fish. Added in 2012 our Remarkable Reptiles also offer visitors the chance to get up close to and interact with some of our friendly reptile residents providing a great opportunity to overcome any fears!
|Fishermen's Museum - Hastings Fishermen's Protection Society The Hastings Fishermen's Museum is one of the town's most popular tourist attractions. It is open every day, except Christmas Day, and over 140,000 people go through the doors every year. It is inside a church built on the Stade in 1852, which fell out of use after the Second World War.|
|Jerwood Gallery - Hastings Situated next to the historic fishing beach in Hastings’ picturesque Old Town, the award winning Jerwood Gallery is home to the Jerwood Collection of 20th and 21st century British art, and a diverse temporary exhibition programme.|
|Hastings Tourist Information - Battle Of Hastings 1066 Country Official tourist information for 1066 Country, home to Hastings and Battle. Find attractions, accommodation & events and plan your holiday to historical East Sussex.|
|Hastings Borough Council Information on tourism, business opportunities and news and events in the region. Includes housing information, jobs and careers and health and social care ...|
|TripAdviser TripAdvisor.com is a travel website providing directory information and reviews of travel-related content. It also includes interactive travel forums. TripAdvisor was an early adopter of user-generated content. Best Travel Review Website, 2013 – British Travel Awards. TripAdvisor has 1,996,136 followers on Google+|
|Shipwreck Museum Hastings - Twitter Follow the Shipwreck Museum Hastings on Twitter to find out about our latest news and events and other interesting things happening in the local area.|
|Shipwreck Museum Hastings - Facebook Follow the Shipwreck Museum Hastings on Facebook to find out about our latest news and events and other interesting things happening in the local area.|
|Discover Bexhill – set up by Alastair Hazell in November 2003 to promote Bexhill on the Internet, Discover Bexhill is independent and non-profit-making, with revenues given to local causes and events. Discover Bexhill continues to generate many tens of thousands of pounds per year for Bexhill’s tourism economy.|
|Green Growth Platform The Green Growth Platform provides you with the opportunity to unlock your growth potential through an exciting new network of businesses who all share an environmental focus....|