Step back in time with us and see history brought to life in an exciting and engaging way. From the Victorians through to the Second World War, hands on and immersive sessions help everyone learn.

We travel to your School/Club/Event, bringing with us a wide range of period artefacts for a truly hands-on experience.

Working in partnership with the Friends of Shoreham Fort and the Royal Sussex Living History Group we have over 25 years’ experience in local history research, living history and commemorations.

If you’d like to find out more or would like to make a booking, then please send an email to:

Kids parade drill at Shoreham Fort
Kids parade drill at Shoreham Fort
Adur Ferry Bridge opening event in Shoreham by Sea.
Adur Ferry Bridge opening event in Shoreham by Sea.

Victorian tent line at Pevensey Castle.
Eastbourne Redoubt through the ages, Victorian, Boer war and First World War.
In Richebourg, France, for the commemoration of the Battle of the Boar’s Head, The Day Sussex Died.
Richebourg, France, in St Vaast Cemetery at rest ready for commemoration.
In the original training trenches at Shorncliffe for their public open day.
Langney Primary School Family day.
Worthing College WW1 Day.
First World War Pioneer demonstration in the Memorial Training Trench at Shoreham Fort
Bringing the replica trench to life at Dorset Steam Fair.
Police Cadets putting on Puttees as part of a WW1 experience day.
Tent Line at Shoreham Airshow for First World War ground crew.
Creative Waves ‘Pop up on the prom’ event in Worthing. A Home Guard demonstration at Shoreham Fort.
Home Guard demonstration of the Vickers Machine Gun.
Bringing to life the Memorial Trench at Shoreham Fort.
Mobile museum to bring exhibits, artefacts and handling collection to you.