1. Troops walk 30 miles to Harwich to remember 1815 soldiers (H&MS)

    Troops walk 30 miles to Harwich to remember 1815 soldiers (Harwich & Manningtree Standard)

  2. Parkeston’s history preserved at Harwich Redoubt Fort

    A project to preserve important aspects of Parkeston’s history is nearing completion at Harwich’s Redoubt Fort. When Parkeston’s St Paul’s church closed in 2014 the fate of the historic organ…

  3. Family of Harwich’s World War I admiral visit Historic Harwich

    Throughout World War I the Harwich Force, a large fleet of Royal Navy light cruisers and destroyers, was commanded by Admiral Sir Reginald Tyrwhitt and, as a result of a…

  4. Redoubt Fort Stair lift back in action

    We are pleased to announce that the Redoubt Fort stair lift has been repaired and is now back in action. Apologies again for any inconvenience caused. If users would kindly…

  5. Harwich Redoubt Fort Open Day 2019

    Cross the moat to enjoy the Redoubt Fort open day! At 11AM on Bank Holiday Monday (26th August) the gates to Harwich Redoubt Fort will swing open and visitors will…

  6. Redoubt Stair Lift Out of Action

    Due to technical issues, the stair lift at the Redoubt Fort is currently out of action. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. For further information please contact Dan Beck – …