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Contents

February 2019

Big Ships and Little Ships


January 2019

In her second season Museum Assistant Kerstin tells us it is a very different summer

December 2018

Museum Assistant Laura has much to report on the turn of the year


November 2018

Adventures and Training

October 2018

Two new exhibitions up for the start of a new summer season

March 2018

Charlotte the Curator reflects on the busiest season ever

February 2018

Not running out of fluffy penguins Museum Assistant Kerstin writes

January 2018

Artist in Residence Theo Crutchley-Mack writes about creaking oil tanks and exceeding his high expectations

December 2017

We got dogs for Christmas

November 2017

A Wedding and a Bust Up

October 2017

Order Order Another season starts

August 2017

Meet the 2017-18 South Georgia Museum team

April 2017

Eel pouts and vicious fur seal puppies

January 2017

Curator Lorna gets to grips with 54 historic photos and some fur seal puppies

December 2016

Jo hardy describes a South Georgia Christmas

November 2016

Vickie on the invasion of the weaners

October 2016

Danielle is back and ready for the busiest ever month

February-March 2016

Curator Matthew Moran has been reaching new heights

January-February 2016

Sharon Nicholas reports on the Royal Visit and much more

December-January 2016

Lucy Hirschle joined the SG Museum team to help with the fund raising

November-December 2015

Artist in Residence Jamie Grant with a museum team update

October-November 2015

New experiences

September-October 2015

Preparing for a record breaking season

March-April 2015

Curator Deirdre Mitchell marks the end of the season by climbing a pole

February 2015

Curator Deirdre Mitchell has finished the redisplay of the Carr Maritime Gallery

Jacks poetic version of the the museum Whaling Station Tour

Young visitor Jack Barnes wrote a poem after going on the South Georgia Museum Whaling Station Tour

December 2014

Museum Assistant Sheri Bluestein writes about our busy Christmas period

November 2014

Curator Deirdre starts tackling her huge range of tasks

October 2014

A new museum team arrive ready for a busy summer ahead

Appeal for photographs of Stores in Grytviken Whaling Station

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