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Falklands Museum Jul 19
If you have a drone in the , we'd love to know if you'd be willing to help us out with some aerial photography and surveys. Please send us a message with your details (and the make and model that you're operating). Thank you kindly!
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Falklands Museum Jul 19
100 years ago the Peace Celebrations to mark the end of took place in the and other territories. Celebrations included this sizeable bonfire in . Look out for the 's upcoming publication on the local impacts of WWI.
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Falklands Museum Jul 19
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Falklands Museum Jul 18
We here at the love a bit of post but we do like it more when we know what it actually IS. Anyone?
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FalklandsinUK Jul 18
A clip from 2015 Celebrating 250 years (now 254 years) of the first British settlement in the . via
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Falklands Museum Jul 18
Thank you to Medal holder Sally Poncet for her fascinating talk last night. Great to see hard to access sites. V. interesting & serious questions raised about in our community & identity as the . love all heritage education!
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Falklands Museum Jul 18
Thank you kindly! It's true, we are fantastic. It's all down to not being held back by modesty.
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Falklands Museum Jul 18
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Falklands Museum Jul 18
Sadly, crowdfunding has already been tried. They didn't raise the funds to get her to London, so I suspect our 3,300 people might struggle to get her to Stanley.
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Falklands Museum Jul 17
It's OK, she's been de-fuelled. We checked.
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Falklands Museum Jul 17
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Falklands Museum Jul 17
Just next to HMS Conqueror, right ?
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Falklands Museum Jul 17
Dear , Can we have HMS Hermes please? We hear you're scrapping her. Yours sincerely, The
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Falklands Museum Jul 17
Unusual question for . Here in the Falkland Islands, we had one WWII camp. The last bit of land that held it (you can still see the outlines ) has just been sold for development. The rest has gone. What would YOU do at the site?
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Falklands Museum Jul 17
Stanley voted No 1 in the category, 'South America & Antarctica Destinations for Cruise Critic’s 4th Annual Cruisers,’ Choice Destination Awards.
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Falkland Islands Jul 17
We're delighted to be chosen as Best Destination in South America-Antarctica in the Cruisers' Choice Awards!
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Falklands Museum Jul 16
Just , blackout times for the in 1942 were 16:48 until 07:17. Put that light out!
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Falklands Museum Jul 16
The inimitable Polar Medal holder Sally Poncet gives us a unique perspective and there are still tickets available for her talk tomorrow. Call the to book your seat.
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Falklands Museum Jul 16
the , when they left for the in , took 3 trains to the port. All 3 had an extra stop (8-30 mins) for 'tea issue'. We love that someone typed that cuppa on a train timetable in the middle of war
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The Royal Society Jul 15
Edward Shackelton FRS, the British politician and son of the famous Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton, was born in 1911.
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