UKAHT would not be able to deliver its programme of conservation and education to a worldwide audience without the generous support of other organisations. 

Antarctica is an extremely difficult and costly place to operate. With the fantastic support UKAHT receives from its sponsors, it manages to reach goals that would otherwise remain unobtainable. UKAHT has an ambitious conservation programme to restore our British bases on the Peninsula. Port Lockroy remains our flagship operation, offering a window to life on base as it was for the early scientists in the late 1950’s to visiting tourists. UKAHT manage six historic sites in total, all of which require care and attention to ensure they remain accessible and representative of their history and reflect the human endeavour which went into their creation and the important scientific research carried out on base.

UKAHT Sponsors

There are many ways in which businesses can support our work in Antarctica and in the UK. Find out how our current sponsors support our mission to preserve the legacy of British heritage in Antarctica.

Ways to Sponsor UKAHT

Life and work in Antarctica requires a lot of equipment, kit, supplies and travel, so if you think your business can support any aspect of this, please get in touch. 

We can offer you: 

  • Unique marketing opportunities by association of our work in an extraordinary location
  • An opportunity to be associated with a high profile, respected international charity with over 20 years’ experience 
  • Opportunity to contribute to your CSR through support and fundraising for our work 

Featured Sponsor

JELD-WEN (Formerly Boulton and Paul) created the original prefabricated building ‘Bransfield House’ at Port Lockroy during WWII, which included the original windows, and was flat packed and assembled on site by the Royal Navy.

Our Mission

We exist to preserve, enhance and promote British Antarctic heritage to engage, inform and inspire a global audience.


We support UK and overseas polar institutions and individuals with grant aid towards outreach and education projects that fulfil the mission of the Trust.


Conservation is at the heart of everything we do. The practical care and management of our historic sites and their artefacts in Antarctica is both our biggest challenge and our greatest responsibility. Our ongoing work to protect and stabilise these buildings and artefacts aims to ensure they will be available for future generations to learn from and enjoy.

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Press Enquiries

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.