This building, also known as Building M, was originally a case store for shell packing cases. A brick walled lean-to structure along the side of the building was part of the former Rolling Way which enabled explosives to be transported from the Camber to Priddy’s Hard’s laboratory complex.

In 2018, we were awarded grant funding by the National Lottery Heritage Fund for the conversion and restoration of seven historic buildings, including the Case Store, which is now open and thriving as the Powder Monkey Taphouse.