GREY POINT FORT AMATEUR RADIO SOCIETY This website has been designed in the hope to give the visitor to Northern Ireland, a part of  North Down’s rich and colourful heritage with Grey Point Fort and the surrounding areas of  Helen’s Bay, Crawfordsburn.  Grey Point fort is part of Crawfordsburn Country Park.  It focuses on a number of themes reflecting different aspects of Grey Point Fort over a  period of over one hundred years from the time that Grey Point Fort was built in 1904 to the  present day. Grey Point Fort is owned by the Department of Environment Built Heritage Division and is  open to the public.  Since 2006 Grey Point Amateur Radio Society obtained permission to  occupy Grey Point Fort and the constitutional aims of Grey Point Fort Amateur Radio  Society is to restore Grey Point Fort as a living history museum and to research as much  information as possible relating to Grey Point Fort during both world wars.  In addition to restoring Grey Point Fort, the members of Grey Point Fort Amateur Radio  Society have created a unique WW2 Radio Museum consisting of over 100 radio  communications equipment and other ancillaries and is located in the Command Post,  and also WW1 - WW2 Military Memorabilia Museum  located in the Magazine.  These collections are privately owned by the members of Grey Point Fort Amateur Radio  Society and through their generosity, it was agreed that the collections be put on public  display to create a living history museum for all vistors to Grey Point Fort. 
GREY POINT FORT AMATEUR RADIO SOCIETY @ 2006 GREY POINT FORT    WW1 COATAL DEFENSE BATTERY     HELENS BAY   CRAWFORDSBURN    NORTHERN IRELAND please CLICK HERE to read about the History sections and images on this site