#StoningtonDiaries

Welcome to #StoningtonDiaries! On this page you'll find a combination of different diaries that will give you an insight in to the life, history and future of Base E on Stonington Island. We will be posting daily updates from our conservation team at Stonington as well as 'live' historical entries from the men who were stationed there in the 60s. We hope you enjoy the story of this unique and remarkable Antarctic heritage site! 

Week 11

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Week 10

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Week 9

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Week 8

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Week 7

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Week 6

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Week 5

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Week 4

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Week 3

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Week 2

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Week 1

Our team have just left the UK and are about to embark on their voyage South to Stonington Island...

Support our work

If you would like to support our project on Stonington Island you can make a donation using this link.


The UK Antarctic Heritage Trust works to conserve Antarctic buildings and artefacts, and to promote and encourage the public's interest in its Antarctic Heritage. Every donation we receive helps us fund this important work. Thank you. 

Saving Stonington

Find out about out plans to save Base E on Stonington Island so that it may be enjoyed by generations to come...

#HorseshoeDiaries

We recently ran a similar campaign for last season's conservation project on Base Y, Horseshoe Island. You can still read all of the diary entries online and get a flavour of what's to come. 

Horseshoe (67°48'S, 67°18'W) was established as a scientific base in March 1955 and closed in August 1960. Research carried out here included geology, meteorology and topographic survey. Extensive survey trips covering hundreds of miles and lasting several months were often undertaken from the station using dog teams and sledges.

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We are very keen to promote the important heritage work that we do, telling the story of life in Antarctica both past and present. If you are interested in running a story about us, using our images or films or want to discuss an interview or potential collaboration opportunity we would love to hear from you.  Please contact either Sarah or Lewis at Limewash to discuss your requirements sarah@limewash.co.uk or +44 (0)1223 813 557.