Highlights from UK Antarctic Heritage Trust’s latest e-bulletin include 60 years of the Antarctic Treaty, Midwinter celebrations, and preparations for this year’s season South. The ebulletin can be read in full on UKAHT’s website here.
Highlights from UK Antarctic Heritage Trust’s latest e-bulletin include selection of the new Port Lockroy team, the Lyme Regis Fossil Festival and James Cook: The Voyages exhibition at the British Library. The ebulletin can be read in full on UKAHT’s website here.
Highlights from March’s e-bulletin the wrapping up of conservation work at Stonington for the season. If you want a recap of what went on during this past season you can do so by reading the Port Lockroy blogs or #StoningtonDiaries. The ebulletin can be read in full on UKAHT’s website here.
Highlights from February’s e-bulletin include the recruitment of next season’s Port Lockroy staff, the continuing conservation work at Stonington, and the return of the Enduring Eye exhibition of Frank Hurley’s photographs to the UK. The ebulletin can be read in full on UKAHT’s website here.
Highlights from the January edition of UKAHT’s ebulletin
The UKAHT are holding a reception at the Postal Museum in London on the 1st December to celebrate Antarctica Day. Lisa Avis the UKAHT Administration Manager would like to invite all BAS Club member
Highlights from the September edition of UKAHT’s ebulletin
Highlights from the July edition of UKAHT’s ebulletin
The June edition of UKAHT’s ebulletin includes an update on the Enduring Eye exhibition, which is currently on display at the National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh. To support the exhibition UKAHT will be hosting another Polar Family Fun Day on 28th July and is requesting volunteers to help (spot the BAS Club volunteer at April’s…
The latest bulletin is out from the UK AHT. You can read all the articles on their website and a couple are reproduced below….
Port Lockroy Team Selection – Port Lockroy selection has a reputation of being an exhausting, interesting and fun-packed two days and this year was no exception. The team of 12 candidates all gathered at an outdoor centre near Wellingborough on the 15th May for an evening together before two full on days with the 11 strong UKAHT selection team.