SHERINGHAM POINT LIGHTHOUSE
About the Society
The Sheringham Point Lighthouse Preservation Society was established in 2003, incorporated under the Society Act of British Columbia, and is a registered charity. We are dedicated to preserving and protecting the Sheringham Point Lighthouse and other significant foreshore properties in Shirley, British Columbia.
In 2015 the Government of Canada transferred Title to the Lighthouse and its surrounding lands to the Society for safe-keeping and to ensure continued pubic access. The Society’s mission is to maintain and conserve the historic structures and character-defining elements of the site to the highest heritage and environmental standards, and to ensure the entire site remains safe and accessible to the extent possible.
It is also the Society’s mission to document and recognize the historic significance and to make that information widely available through public education and engagement.
Board of Directors
|Chair, Board of Advisors||Dr. Gary Geddes||Thetis Island|
|President Emeritus||Michael Galizio||Points South|
|Society Historian||Rebecca Quinn||Shirley|
|Director Emeritus||Doris Thomas (in Memoriam)||Toronto (founding Board Member of the Society)|
Board of Advisors
|Chair, Board of Advisors||Dr. Garry Geddes||Thetis Island|
|Member, Board of Advisors||Lee Boyko||Sooke (Executive Director, Sooke Region Museum)|
|Member, Board of Advisors||Stephanie Croft||Shirley (Shirley Women's Institute)|
|Member, Board of Advisors||(President, Shirley Community Association)||Shirley|
|Member, Board of Advisors||Elanie Bruton||Sooke|
The Society periodically holds membership and public meetings, as well as special events and volunteer activities at the Lighthouse and elsewhere. Please help the Society reach its goals by getting involved in our activities. For more details of upcoming activities, please click here.
The Sheringham Point Lighthouse Preservation Society was established in 2003. The Society is incorporated under the Society Act of British Columbia File #S-47588 – May 17, 2004. The Society is registered as a Charity by the Canada Revenue Agency #858885940RR0001 – July 29, 2004.