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  1. SGHT Director South Georgia Sarah Lurcock rounds up the season with a report on events at the Museum through March. (6,255 bytes)
    1: '''March 2012 at the Museum by SGHT Director SG Sarah Lurcock'''
  2. SGHT Director SG Sarah Lurcock rounds up the 2011/12 season with the nbews from March. (6,769 bytes)
    1: '''March news by SGHT SG Director Sarah Lurcock'''
  3. SGHT Director SG Sarah Lurcock rounds up the 2011/12 season with the news from March. (6,716 bytes)
  4. And we're off; but can we have a gun please. SG Director Sarah Lurcock writes at the start of the new season. (3,976 bytes)
    2: ...px|left|thumb|This season's Museum team (l to r): Sarah, Gemma, Darren, Thomas.]]
  5. And we're off; but can we have a gun please. SG Director Sarah Lurcock writes at the start of the new season (3,976 bytes)
    2: ...px|left|thumb|This season's Museum team (l to r): Sarah, Gemma, Darren, Thomas.]]
  6. SGHT Director SG Sarah Lurcock rounds up the 2011/12 season with the news from March (6,716 bytes)
  7. And we're off; but can we have a gun please. SG Director Sarah Lurcock writes at the start of the new season with an update to the end of the year (3,976 bytes)
    2: ...px|left|thumb|This season's Museum team (l to r): Sarah, Gemma, Darren, Thomas.]]

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  1. South Georgia Museum (3,144 bytes)
    12: ...Arctic Stories podcast) [http://www.sght.org/news/sarah-lurcock-appears-on-antarctic-stories-podcast/ her...
    23: ...r, South Georgia: [mailto:sghtdirectorsg@sght.org Sarah Lurcock]
  2. About Us (7,429 bytes)
    3: [[Image:For_Elsa.jpg|130px|left|thumb|Sarah Lurcock, SGHT Director, South Georgia]]
    4: ...e operation, management and upkeep of the Museum. Sarah studied biology at university and has lived and w...
    5: ...ail the director: [mailto:sghtdirectorsg@sght.org Sarah Lurcock]
  3. There is a dead rat in the cellar… Thomas Kennedy, the Curatorial Intern rounds up events from November. (4,837 bytes)
    1: ...toration Project, this rat had been dead a while! Sarah even stated her desire it to make part of our Mus...
  4. The new museum season has started. Hear what the team have been up to (5,938 bytes)
    2: ... mail, biscuits and champagne – what a welcome! Sarah is currently the postmistress at KEP and is marri...
  5. History (3,904 bytes)
    44: Sarah Lurcock SGHT Director, South Georgia 2011-present
  6. Curator's Blog - 23/4/2008 (3,486 bytes)
    1: ...ommittee.jpg|300px|thumb |Miriam, John, Steve and Sarah just before our departure]]
    2: ...t to watch. Museum Manager, Miriam and Assistant Sarah stayed on to complete the stock taking and welcom...
  7. Curator’s Blog - 15/2/2008 (3,220 bytes)
    4: ...ts from the Museum shop to sell on the ship while Sarah, Steve and myself held the fort in the Museum.
  8. Shop Manager's Blog - 16/01/08 (2,845 bytes)
    7: ... the time without ship and went on camping trips. Sarah went to Harpon, a two hour walk to the other side...
    13: ...tween the ships, the outside work continues, with Sarah working on the artefacts on the forecourt, and Jo...
  9. Curator's Blog - 13/12/07 (3,495 bytes)
    13: ...o the Museum. This was all going very well until Sarah lost her glasses in an Elephant seal wallow and h...
  10. Shop Manager's Blog – 26/11/07 (3,261 bytes)
    7: ...its last coat of paint, before a grand unveiling. Sarah’s creative juices have been unleashed in the sh...
    11: ...s part of a British Antarctic Survey field party. Sarah spent a night at Maiviken cave, a place that was ...
  11. Curators Blog – 8/11/07 (4,231 bytes)
    5: ...s which have already proved to be most useful and Sarah has a good eye for displays so her work in the sh...
  12. The new museum season has started. Read what the team have been up to by Sue Edwards. (6,225 bytes)
    2: [[Image:Team.jpg|250px|right |thumb |Sarah, Liz, Katie and Tom outside the Museum]]
    5: ... mail, biscuits and champagne – what a welcome! Sarah is currently the postmistress at KEP and is marri...
  13. Museum Assistant Sue Werner reports on all the events in a busy January at the South Georgia Museum. (7,697 bytes)
    7: ...oes. Some days we had two ships visit the Museum. Sarah has been giving the Habitat Restoration talk on b...
    13: ...as been active with her curating and hand over to Sarah before she leaves us at the beginning of February...
    15: ... a more regular basis, which is great. Henrik and Sarah will continue the tours during February and March...
    29: ...rse dinner, wine and wonderful company, hosted by Sarah and Pat. It was also the day that Scott reached t...
    37: ...y, Chris and Siobahn Nunn who stayed with Pat and Sarah for a week.[[Image:5_Nunns.jpg|250px|right|thumb|...
  14. Liz Adams tells us about some of the events at the museum throughout November (3,703 bytes)
    11: ...ch. Fantastic food and a rewarding mornings work. Sarah gave the Habitat Restoration talk, which was well...
    24: ...d solving chip and pin problems in the gift shop. Sarah joined the team as SGHT Director, South Georgia i...
  15. Curatorial Intern Katie Murray give us a run down of the last month at the South Georgia Museum. Happy New Year! (6,070 bytes)
    25: ...y not something expected of everyday museum work. Sarah, when not buried under a mound of paperwork, has ...
    27: ...recuperation. Sarah and I have both been camping, Sarah at Maiviken and myself at Harpon, where I ‘bivv...
    39: ...y with many of the passengers clad in santa hats. Sarah, Sue and Henrik enjoyed dinner on board that even...
  16. Curatorial Intern Katie Murray gives us a run down of the last month at the South Georgia Museum. Happy New Year! (6,042 bytes)
    25: ...y not something expected of everyday museum work. Sarah, when not buried under a mound of paperwork, has ...
    27: ...recuperation. Sarah and I have both been camping, Sarah at Maiviken and myself at Harpon, where I ‘bivv...
    39: ...y with many of the passengers clad in santa hats. Sarah, Sue and Henrik enjoyed dinner on board that even...
  17. Museum Assistant Henrick Løvendahl writes of events in February as the season draws to a close. (5,571 bytes)
    3: ...cross to the Barff Peninsula for a small holiday. Sarah and Pat spent their time around the hut at Corral...
    16: ...ewarding experience. It has been fun to work with Sarah, Katie and Hugh here at the Museum. It has been g...
  18. SGHT Director South Georgia Sarah Lurcock rounds up the season with a report on events at the Museum through March. (6,255 bytes)
    1: '''March 2012 at the Museum by SGHT Director SG Sarah Lurcock'''
  19. SGHT Director SG Sarah Lurcock rounds up the 2011/12 season with the nbews from March. (6,769 bytes)
    1: '''March news by SGHT SG Director Sarah Lurcock'''
  20. And we're off; but can we have a gun please. SG Director Sarah Lurcock writes at the start of the new season. (3,976 bytes)
    2: ...px|left|thumb|This season's Museum team (l to r): Sarah, Gemma, Darren, Thomas.]]
  21. Museum Assistant Gemma French brings us to date to the end of the year. (5,008 bytes)
    6: ...all the windows of the Museum and Church, helping Sarah and Hugh get the new signs out in front of the Mu...
    17: ...300px|centre|thumb|Captain Natke, Sylvia Stevens, Sarah Lurcock and Thomas Kennedy at the handover of Wor...
  22. Volunteer Sam Moore writes about the varied experiences he has had during his month helping out at the Museum. (5,714 bytes)
    4: ...en doing my best to fill in the holes and provide Sarah, Thomas, Gemma, and Darren time to get after more...
  23. Museum Assistant Darren Blanche on the return of Team Rat and an overview of the museum events in February. (5,523 bytes)
    32: ...ard to get the display finished before we leave. Sarah and Gemma have been doing a great job restoring s...
    46: ...ith all that bad luck we checked the forecast and Sarah let us have a few days off to make the most of it...
  24. Louise survives another storm and it is goodbye to the museum team (4,465 bytes)
    11: ...efacts outside the front of the Museum. Gemma and Sarah were painting and oiling every spare moment, but ...
    14: ...r Pat. Married to SGHT Director for South Georgia Sarah, he decided to stay on and help for the last five...
  25. Preparing for a record breaking season (2,817 bytes)
    16: Sarah Lurcock
  26. A new museum team arrive ready for a busy summer ahead (3,973 bytes)
    1: ...|260px|centre|The new museum team: Rachel, Sheri, Sarah and Deirdre]]
    5: ... whaling station from the bridge wing]] Unusually Sarah travelled to the island at the same time as the r...
  27. 'Tis The Season! (4,143 bytes)
    27: ... first task upon arrival of a new ship is usually Sarah's excellent presentation on the Habitat Restorati...
  28. Museum Assistant Josie Clark on film crews, yacht visitors, pipits and whales... (2,923 bytes)
    2: ...d a bit of fun trying to figure out what it said, Sarah suddenly got it and realized it spelt ‘Albatro...
  29. Museum Assistant Josie Clark on film crews, yacht visitors, pipits and whales (2,928 bytes)
    2: ...d a bit of fun trying to figure out what it said, Sarah suddenly got it and realized it spelled ‘Albatr...
  30. Museum Assistant Sheri Bluestein writes about our busy Christmas period (2,647 bytes)
    31: ...ain the donor database. I am pleased to say that Sarah's HR presentations, as well as those given by Rac...
  31. Museum Assistant Darren Blanche on the return of Team Rat and an overview of the museum events in February (5,523 bytes)
    32: ...ard to get the display finished before we leave. Sarah and Gemma have been doing a great job restoring s...
    46: ...ith all that bad luck we checked the forecast and Sarah let us have a few days off to make the most of it...
  32. Volunteer Sam Moore writes about the varied experiences he has had during his month helping out at the Museum (5,714 bytes)
    4: ...en doing my best to fill in the holes and provide Sarah, Thomas, Gemma, and Darren time to get after more...
  33. Museum Assistant Gemma French brings us to date to the end of the year (5,008 bytes)
    6: ...all the windows of the Museum and Church, helping Sarah and Hugh get the new signs out in front of the Mu...
    17: ...300px|centre|thumb|Captain Natke, Sylvia Stevens, Sarah Lurcock and Thomas Kennedy at the handover of Wor...
  34. There is a dead rat in the cellar… Thomas Kennedy, the Curatorial Intern rounds up events from November (4,837 bytes)
    1: ...toration Project, this rat had been dead a while! Sarah even stated her desire it to make part of our Mus...
  35. And we're off; but can we have a gun please. SG Director Sarah Lurcock writes at the start of the new season (3,976 bytes)
    2: ...px|left|thumb|This season's Museum team (l to r): Sarah, Gemma, Darren, Thomas.]]
  36. Museum Assistant Henrick Løvendahl writes of events in February as the season draws to a close (5,571 bytes)
    3: ...cross to the Barff Peninsula for a small holiday. Sarah and Pat spent their time around the hut at Corral...
    16: ...ewarding experience. It has been fun to work with Sarah, Katie and Hugh here at the Museum. It has been g...
  37. Museum Assistant Sue Werner reports on all the events in a busy January at the South Georgia Museum (7,697 bytes)
    7: ...oes. Some days we had two ships visit the Museum. Sarah has been giving the Habitat Restoration talk on b...
    13: ...as been active with her curating and hand over to Sarah before she leaves us at the beginning of February...
    15: ... a more regular basis, which is great. Henrik and Sarah will continue the tours during February and March...
    29: ...rse dinner, wine and wonderful company, hosted by Sarah and Pat. It was also the day that Scott reached t...
    37: ...y, Chris and Siobahn Nunn who stayed with Pat and Sarah for a week.[[Image:5_Nunns.jpg|250px|right|thumb|...
  38. The new museum season has started. Read what the team have been up to by Sue Edwards (6,225 bytes)
    2: [[Image:Team.jpg|250px|right |thumb |Sarah, Liz, Katie and Tom outside the Museum]]
    5: ... mail, biscuits and champagne – what a welcome! Sarah is currently the postmistress at KEP and is marri...
  39. And we're off; but can we have a gun please. SG Director Sarah Lurcock writes at the start of the new season with an update to the end of the year (3,976 bytes)
    2: ...px|left|thumb|This season's Museum team (l to r): Sarah, Gemma, Darren, Thomas.]]
  40. Museum Assistant Rachel Morris tell about an unusual Night at the Museum (3,697 bytes)
    1: ...nirs when not on shore. Once their visit was over Sarah, Deirdre, Sheri and I went on-board to give the H...
  41. Curator Deirdre Mitchell marks the end of the season by climbing a pole (5,190 bytes)
    37: ...risation process was complete and it was time for Sarah, Dag and I to catch “the Big Red Taxi” home, ...
  42. New experiences (3,446 bytes)
    8: Sarah had done an amazing job biosecuring the majority ...
    15: ... survived the first visits from yachts and ships. Sarah delivered the Habitat Restoration presentation to...
  43. Sharon Nicholas reports on the Royal Visit and much more (3,190 bytes)
    4: ...ned and executed visit and tour where Matthew and Sarah guided the official party and other important vis...
    7: Other news in and around the office include Sarah working tirelessly on the HR again as well as kee...
  44. Curator Matthew Moran has been reaching new heights (3,069 bytes)
    18: ...plorer, bringing our team down to two (myself and Sarah). That morning Sharon, Tim our Station Doctor and...
    30: ...round in it like the last sweetie in the jar, but Sarah will move in next week so there’s no danger of ...
  45. Eel pouts and vicious fur seal puppies (4,401 bytes)
    33: Sarah and Patrick Lurcock remained for another couple o...
    37: ...[[Image:Big_red_taxi.jpg|260px|left|thumb|Pat and Sarah left South Georgia on the Pharos SG in early Apri...
  46. Order Order Another season starts (3,611 bytes)
    1: ...riving on ''Pharos SG''. Kerstin, Charlotte, Pat, Sarah and Vickie]]
    2: ...hed the island we had achieved a lot. Four of us, Sarah the Director, Charlotte the Curator, and Vickie a...
  47. A Wedding and a Bust Up (2,638 bytes)
    3: ...ow well underway, with the shop fully stocked and Sarah, Charlotte and Dani up and running with Whaling S...
    7: ...ny on the front steps of the museum with Anthony, Sarah and Charlotte all saying a few words. It is now i...
    12: ...e were delighted to host a wedding in the church. Sarah presided as registrar for a lovely young couple f...
  48. Charlotte the Curator reflects on the busiest season ever (2,341 bytes)
    7: [[Image:Whalers_caps.jpg|190px|left|thumb|Sarah and I wearing the whalers' caps]]
  49. Two new exhibitions up for the start of a new summer season (4,613 bytes)
    61: ...umb|The 2018-19 museum team, Finlay, Dani, Laura, Sarah and Kerstin, aboard the Pharos SG arriving at the...
  50. Not running out of fluffy penguins Museum Assistant Kerstin writes (3,194 bytes)
    61: ...lp from one of the Rat Team. Left to Right - Pat, Sarah, Dani, Charlotte, Vickie, Theo and Kerstin]]
  51. Adventures and Training (4,222 bytes)
    67: ...nto a new residence known now as ‘The Cabin’. Sarah the Director moved in there and then Dani moved o...
  52. Leaving the penguins in charge (4,971 bytes)
    1: By Director, Sarah Lurcock

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