Northfleet Habour Restoration

The Northfleet Harbour Restoration Trust is a group of a volunteers dedicated to researching the history of Northfleet Harbour and preserving it for the future. The Trust has worked tirelessly on the discovery and restoration of a number of historical sites within the harbour, and has recently received charitable status. They have proposed plans, estimated at £15 million, which include reflooding the harbour and establishing a number of new restuarants and shops to reanimate the area.

Adam with some of the wonderful volunteers (from left to right): Conrad Broadley (Trust Director and Secretary), Mike Martin (Trustee), Liz Bruce (Trustee), Adam and John Mason (Chairman).


  • Adam fully supports the campaign and has visited the site on a number of occasions.

  • Unfortunately, the Trust were recently victims of vandalism, with their visitor centre damaged beyond repair. Thankfully this has not diminished their enthusiasm to restore this historic site. Read more at: http://www.kentonline.co.uk/gravesend/news/heritage-visitor-centre-smashed-by-25165/

  • To find out more about the Trust, and to see how you can get involved, please visit their website: http://www.northfleetharbour.org.uk/