51º South: Sentinel of the South

Richard Hines is the Rector of Christ Church Cathedral in Stanley. Richard’s pastoral charge not only encompasses the Falkland Islands but also that of South Georgia and the Sandwich Islands, and the British Antarctic Territory. Someone has calculated that it is the largest Anglican parish in the world… with a congregation, however, that fluctuates between 10 – 50… Read More »

Peregrine Trophy

The prestigious Royal Navy Photography prize (Peregrine Trophy) was awarded to Leading Airman (Photographer) Arron Hoare, who captured the Antarctic’s dramatic winter wilderness while he served on the ice patrol ship HMS Protector. His images included this shot of a memorial service onboard HMS Protector, to commemorate the lives lost onboard Devonport-based HMS Ardent and HMS Antelope during… Read More »

51º South: Steve the Stuffer

No.1 Steve the Stuffer A man of numerous trades and skill-sets, Steve Massam is the chief taxidermist at the Falkland Islands Museum and National Trust in Stanley. He sees his work as a means to bring about awareness and understanding of the plight of animal species in this part of the world. If there was one animal he’d… Read More »