Advisory work at Nothe Fort, Weymouth
Nothe Fort is known as the "museum of coastal defence" and is the premier heritage attraction in the seaside town of Weymouth. The fort was ordered by Lord Viscount Palmerston in 1860 to protect the Dorset coast from foreign invasion and was fully operational by 1872.
Today the fort boasts growing visitor numbers year on year and an impressive schools education programme run by a small team of staff and an army of volunteers.
2020 is our fifth year of working in an advisory capacity with the fort. As well as conducting our own background research our role is to organise and manage visiting paranormal event teams.
It is important to us that a good representation of the field of paranormal research is upheld by these teams and that the location is being looked after during these events.
Click here to visit the paranormal page of the Nothe Fort website.