Sheringham Point Lighthouse Preservation Society


About the Society

SPLPSed-022.jpgThe 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. The Society’s mission is to is document and recognize the historic importance of the lighthouse and to ensure that the lighthouse and its historic route remain accessible and in public hands.

We are a democratic, membership-based organization, operated and directed by volunteers, under the guidance of an elected Board of Directors.

To see our full Mission Statement, please click here.

To see our Constitution and Bylaws, please click here.


Board of Directors

John WallsShirley
Vice-PresidentTerri AlcockShirley
SecretaryBonnie ArdenLadysmith
TreasurerVirginia LeeSooke
DirectorBill TurnerVictoria
DirectorRebecca QuinnShirley
DirectorScott McKayShirley
Chair, Board of AdvisorsDr. Gary GeddesThetis Island
President EmeritusMichael GalizioPoints South
Society HistorianRebecca QuinnShirley
Director EmeritusDoris Thomas (in Memoriam)Toronto (founding Board Member of the Society)

Board of Advisors

Chair, Board of AdvisorsDr. Garry GeddesThetis Island
Member, Board of AdvisorsSen. Pat Carney (ret.)Saturna Island
Member, Board of AdvisorsLee BoykoSooke (Executive Director, Sooke Region Museum)
Member, Board of AdvisorsStephanie CroftShirley (Shirley Women's Institute)
Member, Board of Advisors(President, Shirley Community Association)Shirley
Member, Board of AdvisorsElanie BrutonSooke
Member, Board of AdvisorsTerri AlcockShirley
Society HistorianRebecca QuinnShirley

Upcoming Activities

Please help the Society reach its goals by getting involved in our activities.  For more details of upcoming activities, please click here.


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