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Horseshoe Island

UKAHT

© Antarctic Heritage Trust

In 2016 Programme Manager Al Fastier was part of a UKAHT four-person team which spent a month on-site at Base Y, Marguerite Bay, Horseshoe Island, undertaking emergency repair work to the building and scheduling building and artefact work for future years.

The scientific base (1955-1960), now under UKAHT’s care, once conducted geology, meteorology and topographic survey research.

Learn more about Horseshoe Island at UKAHT’s website.

Base A at Port LockroyLizzie Meek/Antarctic Heritage TrustLizzie Meek/Antarctic Heritage Trust

Peninsula Partnership Update

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Over a seven-week period in late 2019, the Trust’s Programme Manager Lizzie Meek, journeyed via South America to the Antarctic Peninsula, to work alongside British conservator Sophie Rowe, surveying the artefact collection inside Bransfield House and the Boatshed, the two remaining 1948 Base A buildings at Port Lockroy.
Pearce’ Duff’s Blancmange – essentially flavoured cornflourLizzie Meek/Antarctic Heritage Trust

Conservation Assessment – Context and Aims

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‘What on earth are you doing here?’ asked a surprised friend of mine who arrived at Port Lockroy as a tourship safety guide, and bumped into me in the hallway of Bransfield House.
A pair of snowy sheathbills, much malignedSophie Rowe/UK Antarctic Heritage Trust

Antarctic Twitching

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It seems like the more time you spend observing wildlife, the more there is to observe and the more interesting you find them.