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The Sheringham Point Lighthouse Preservation Society issues several NEWSLETTERS per year to update their members and friends about current events and activities at the Lighthouse.  If you are not a member, but would like to receive our newsletter, please contact us.


The Lighthouse in the news.  Check out the latest news coverage below…

  • Lighthouse Program wins International Award
      “EXPLORING THE LIGHTHOUSE” SCHOOL PROGRAM WINS INTERNATIONAL AWARD OF EXCELLENCE   Our school program, “Exploring the Lighthouse”, has won an international award of excellence.  For the past three years, the Sheringham Point Lighthouse Preservation Society has partnered with the National Trust for Land and Culture (BC) Society and Change Canada Consultants Ltd. (both based in Sooke/Victoria) to ...
  • Great News! Society Announces Major Funding Support
    The Sheringham Point Lighthouse Preservation Society announced today that it has received the largest ever private donation to a Lighthouse in Canada. At a news conference at the Maritime Museum, Society Director John Walls said that the Society will be receiving $550,000 over the next several years from the Westaway Charitable Foundation and its principals Peter ...
  • Lighthouse Heritage Designation – A New Beginning
    On March 20, 2016 the Sheringham Point Lighthouse began a new phase of its long and illustrious life, as it was dedicated a Canadian Heritage Lighthouse.   In a ceremony attended by many community residents, neighbours, dignitaries, Lighthouse Society members and friends, the heritage plaque was unveiled by retired Senator Pat Carney (on behalf of ...

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