Romney Marsh – What’s out there?



St Thomas a Becket Church

The stunning image above of St Thomas a Becket at Fairfield was taken by Sue Martin.


Update – April 2020

All of our outdoor volunteer tasks and activities are currently on hold but if you are interested in finding out about any of the project opportunities you can be involved with please contact us via email.

We have a variety of projects running that can be supported by volunteers who may be interested in helping with the Oral History booklet, film calendar and opportunities to record the wildlife you see on the Marsh. We have also designed some new family Doorstep Discovery quiz trails in 5 areas of Romney Marsh so if you go out for an exercise walk in one of these areas, you and your family can be involved in testing the short walks and provide feedback for us.

We have a wide range of projects which will be running until the middle of 2021 so if  you would like to get involved, please have a look at the opportunities below.


Volunteering Opportunities on hold

During April 2019 our heritage volunteers started the finds-processing from our recent archaeological excavation on Romney Marsh.





Volunteers from the  film project visited Romney Tweed

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Visit the Fifth Continent on Film page to view some of our recent short films and watch out for some more workshops soon.



The Coastal Communities Oral History project has finished and our volunteers have produced the final publication which has excerpts from each of the interviews that took place.