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Please note: Your order may be supplied from more than one source and dispatched at different times. It is, therefore, likely that you will receive your order in separate parcels, which may not arrive on the same day.
Please allow 21 days for the full completion of your order, before contacting Customer Services. We aim to get your goods to you as soon as possible, but some items are held in stock and some made to order.
PLEASE NOTE: THE PAYPAL CHECKOUT LISTS THE ADDITIONAL P & P FOR OVERSEAS ORDERS INCORRECTLY AS SALES TAX
You can order by Post BUT it will take considerably longer to process - UK residents ONLY may send sterling cheque's / postal orders ( no cash please ) payable to: The Radio Caroline Society with details of your order and delivery address to: RCS, The BarnCorner FarmBroughNEWARKNG23 7QB Please remember to add 20% to the shop prices for postage & packing for such orders
All prices shown online are charged in Sterling and are net of post and packing
P & P charges added at our checkout are 20% of the cost of items purchased for delivery to addresses in the UK & Europe 40% to the rest of the world outside Europe. Please allow up to 21 days for delivery and read the note below regarding separate dispatch of goods.
Profits from sales go to mooring fees, fuel, bills,restoring and preserving the Radio Ship Ross Revenge and helping maintain Radio Caroline`s broadcasts , all by volunteer work. Thank you for your continued support of this historic radio ship and Caroline`s continued broadcasts from land based studio and ship when possible.
YOU DO NOT NEED TO USE A FULL REGISTERED PAYPAL ACCOUNT TO BUY THROUGH OUR SHOP - UNLESS YOU WISH TO USE THE ADDED SECURITY - AS ALL MAIN CREDIT & DEBIT CARDS ARE VERY WELCOME TOO.
Donations always welcome...
Welcome to the Radio Caroline Web Shop, run by volunteers to help keep the dream alive. This includes the preservation and restoration of Radio Caroline’s ship, the Ross Revenge, now at her new moorings on the River Blackwater.
Your continued support is very much appreciated, keeping the spirit alive.
Great reads on Radio Caroline and Free Radio from the 1960’s to the 1990’s, including from Radio Caroline presenters past and present.
Many signed by authors or new updated editions
Canvas Prints, Paintings, Cards and Posters of all The Caroline ships including the MV Ross Revenge on the Blackwater River
A Story in Pictures: The current life of the Ross Revenge over the course of a year
Special Offer Two-for-One
For Home & Den
DVD’s to Watch
Offshore tales to hear
A Free 2016 Calendar
With every Flashback Tee-Shirt
The Brand-New Official
Radio Caroline Car Sticker
Let them know we’re still around - to be found
Warm Beanie Hats with Logo and Ship
HOLDING THE FORT
The true story of the Principality of Sealand
In WW2, huge defensive forts were built in the Thames estuary. These solid eerie structures still exist today, the most famous being Roughs Tower, better known as Sealand.
In 1967 the Bates family, moved in, declaring it as their very own Sovereign Principality. They are still in residence today, giving rise to endless rumour, mystery and speculation as to just what is happening out there, defending the fort against all comers.
Now the story is finally told in the robust words of Michael Bates, successor to Prince Roy Bates. Adventurer Ben Fogle describes the story as 'stranger than fiction', which is probably an understatement. Broadcaster Charlie Connelly says that it might have been scripted by John Le Carre as a cross between an Ealing Comedy and a Bond film.
Back In Stock !
Hard-back 8” x 6”, 275 pages and around 40 photographs
Official Radio Caroline Tee shirt
Offshore Radio Engineering
The seamanship and technique that was used to allow independent radio stations broadcasting - not only popular music - from the high seas