Welcome to Sheringham Point Lighthouse
Sheringham Point Lighthouse is a designated National Heritage Lighthouse, located in Shirley, British Columbia. The Lighthouse is owned, operated and cared for by the Sheringham Point Lighthouse Preservation Society, a non-profit charity based in Shirley. The Lighthouse Site is open every day for the public to visit, enjoy and appreciate.
Please join with us and help protect the Lighthouse and its surrounding environment, as well as nearby features, for the benefit of the community. And help us ensure that this remarkable historical icon — a symbol of our shared heritage and care for one another — will continue standing tall and telling its stories for many generations to come.
What's New at the Lighthouse?
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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…
Please take a few minutes to fill out the Community/Visitor Survey… Now that the Lighthouse Property has been transferred to the care and protection of the volunteers at the Sheringham Point Lighthouse Preservation Society, it’s time to look to the future. The Society volunteers are making plans for how to…
On June 19, the Sheringham Point Lighthouse Preservation Society (SPLPS) honoured one of their volunteer members for his generous contributions: “Dr Marvin Caruthers gave his unwavering support and dedication to Lighthouse, foreshore land and environmental preservation.”