Shorncliffe Camp has been home to the Britsh Soldier for over 200 years. It was the birthplace of the Modern British Army under Sir John Moore in 1803 - as featured on Time Team.
Shorncliffe was the main Army camp in WW1 linking Britain to France and the Western Front and home to the Canadian Army.
It features, a Napoleonic Redoubt, Martello Tower, original WW1 training trenches, WW2 defences and Shorncliffe Military cemetery - 550 Commonwealth Soldiers, including 3 VC's.
Open access to site, with Special tours by appointment through the Trust.
For guided tours please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This site is currently under development and no facilities are available.