Links to companies, organisations, artists and friends of the LV21 Project. We’ll be adding to this list as the renovation and project develops. If you’d like to add your link to the list please get in touch.
The Medway Queen
The Medway Queen is the last estuary pleasure paddle steamer in the UK. Built in 1924 on the Clyde she saw service on the waters of the Thames and Medway in her early years and then on active service with the Royal Navy as a minesweeper in the English Channel. During her war years she became famous for her record number of crossings to the beaches of Dunkirk in 1940 rescuing 7000 men in seven trips.Visit Medway Queen
The Association of Lighthouse Keepers
We are members of ALK, The Association of Lighthouse Keepers which provides a forum for everyone interested in lighthouses, lightships and maritime aids to navigation. Despite its name, being a lighthouse keeper is not a requirement for joining the Association, although a number of serving and former keepers are members. Whatever your interest in lighthouses, you can join the ALK!
THPV Bembridge is a Trinity House pilot vessel built in 1938. She is currently being restored in the Polish city of Szczecin. You can read more about THV Bembridge and the future plans for her on the Magemar website.Visit THPV Bembridge