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Yarmouth and the Needles, BBQs and evenings in the Garrison Theatre, there are membership forms available in the Hurst Castle Shop, in Milford‐on‐Sea village centre.


Roger Walker Chairman W N J    C?


The Friends of Hurst Castle was formed in 1986 to act as a support group to a local site belonging to English Heritage. At that me the Castle was managed by English Heritage. But in May 1996, Hurst Castle Services took over the everyday management and services, whilst English Heritage retained responsibility for the fabric of the building and general policies.


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The aimof the Friends is to offer financial support for any project to enhance the building, to assist educaonally and with research. We arrange social events and occasional Members’ Newsleers.


We have a group of enthusiasc volunteers who visit the Castle on Mondays, throughout the year, to carry out jobs such as: renovang and painng guns and canons and looking aer exhibion rooms, which always seem to be in constant need of re‐painng. They also look aer the many artefacts, donated to the Friends over the years. These dedicated folk are rewarded with mugs of hot tea, biscuits and somemes cake!


If anyone reading this would like to join Friends of Hurst Castle and parcipate in events such as the ever popular ‘Fish‐n‐Chip’ Cruise to


38 info@lymingtondirectory.co.uk


Three days of painng, photographs, texles, drama and music in July.


Throughout the


High Street and from Thomas Tripp to


the Angel Courtyard and from


Passford House Hotel to Pennington’s Women’s Instute


If you wish to perform, exhibit your


work or hold a workshop, please email: info@lymingtonartsfesval.org.uk or lymfesvalmusic@aol.com


01590 643969 www.lymingtondirectory.co.uk


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