The coastline of Romney Marsh extends from Hythe round Dungeness Point, some 20 miles of coastline and includes sand dunes, sandy and shingle beaches, with much of it within the Dungeness National Nature Reserve. Almost the entire coastline is protected by a concrete wall and shingle sea defences.
The Invasion Coast Walk follows part of the English Coast Path from the Dymchurch Redoubt, between Hythe and Dymchurch, and ending at Dungeness, some 12 miles away to the south.
Martello Tower No.24
Support the Friends of Martello24
Whilst English Heritage own Martello Tower No.24 and are therefore responsible for its upkeep and maintenance, the Friends of Martello24 (FoM24) has expenditure in managing the openings of the tower to the public. These include insurances, marketing, xxxx. Entry to the tower is free but as a charity, the FoM24 are dependent on donations and the sale of souvenirs to fund this expenditure.
The FoM24 are always appreciative of donations. If you would like to make a donation, this can be done online by clicking
The FoM24 has produced two postcards, two greeting cards and an illustrated leaflet about the tower, which are available for purchase online and/or in Dymchurch and/o at the tower.
Postcard - Inside
Fleur De Lis By Michelle
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