Sheringham Point Lighthouse Preservation Society (Established 2003)
Lighthouse navigational aides have long been a part of Canadian History - each special in their own way - and important to the communities in which they are located.
The Society recognizes the intrinsic value of these sites and through education, research, community action and consensus building will work to ensure that the Sheringham Point Lighthouse, surrounding properties and historic access remain accessible and available to the community and the public.
Working with the Coast Guard and other government officials, the Society will garner support and unite the parties in order to: recognize the critical work of those who served in the Lighthouse and kept mariners safe; preserve the buildings, historic access and inner-workings; and document the history.
Whether through restoring, rebuilding, and/or creating interpretive centres and museums, The Society's priority is to insure that future generations of Canadians have access to and learn more about the Lighthouse and its importance.