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Saturday 2 April. To announce the opening of the museum for 2022 Ty Burton (our Working Equipment Group Officer) walked a mile along the Stokes bay seafront in standard dress. Here are more photographs from our museum volunteer, Roger Forster.
Our Working Equipment Officer walks a mile in standard dress to open the museum for our 2022 season.
On Tuesday 29th March a small group of Royal Navy personnel lead visited the museum to donate a large wooden plaque with the words 'Fleet Diving Headquarters, Bridge' mounted on it in large metal lettering. On the reverse were the signatures of all the current serving...
Museums Estate and Development Fund (MEND) awards a fund to the HDS to support our cultural heritage.
On Sunday 21st November over 1500 runners took part in the Gosport Half Marathon. Each year, the organisers promote a local charity/organisation and this year The Diving Museum was selected. Our Museum Director, Kevin Casey dressed in Standard Dress and joined the...
Heritage Open Days: Free entry to the Diving Museum on Friday 10th and 17th of September
Hop aboard the Provincial Society’s free vintage bus and get discounted entry to the museum. For 2 days only!
They’ve done it again. The MAD volunteers of the Diving Museum present a toe-curling murder mystery for you to solve. Made even more challenging by remote acting via Zoom, this is a masterclass in criminal acting you can’t afford to miss!
Sadly, we have had to cancel our planned ‘dressing in Standard Dress’ event on our opening day, 3 July, for Covid safety reasons.
3 July 2021 is a red letter day for the museum. After 14 months of closure and an internal refurb, we are opening our doors again!
A new wildlife haven at our library/store in the ARP bunker, Alverstoke.
Museum volunteer, Richard Castle, has launched a new website dedicated to one of our prize exhibits, the JIM suit.