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It was just like being back on St Helena!

Following on from our post yesterday on Reading Sports Day, former Tourism Director of St Helena (2010-12), Mike Dean, has written us a post about attending the day on behalf of Enterprise St Helena. Last Sunday was the annual Reading Sports, and, at the request of Enterprise St Helena, Diane and I along with Business <a class="read-more-link" href="http://sthelenatourism.com/it-was-just-like-being-back-on-st-helena/">Read More</a>

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Over 1,700 Saints descend upon Reading!

Over 1,700 people descended upon Reading last weekend for the annual Reading Sports Day at Reading Rugby Club. The event, still going strong after 34 years, sees Saints (St Helenians) from across the UK visit Reading to catch up with friends, family and meet new people. It’s the perfect family occasion with around 700 free <a class="read-more-link" href="http://sthelenatourism.com/over-1700-saints-descend-upon-reading/">Read More</a>

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Getting to St Helena on the RMS St Helena

At this stage of the game there is only one sure way to get to the island of St Helena in the South Atlantic and that is via the RMS St Helena – the only exception is if you come via private yacht! The five days it takes from Cape Town on this, the only <a class="read-more-link" href="http://sthelenatourism.com/getting-to-st-helena-on-the-rms-st-helena/">Read More</a>

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St Helena’s birds reveal the island’s history

Did you know you can almost map the entire history of St Helena through its birds? In fact, the only exception to the rule is the island’s endemic Wirebird (also known as the small long-legged plover). Not only the inspiration behind this blog but even making its way onto St Helena’s coat of arms. Let’s <a class="read-more-link" href="http://sthelenatourism.com/st-helenas-birds-reveal-the-islands-history/">Read More</a>

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St Helena through the eyes of… a diver

Just over 4000 people live on St Helena, each with their own story to tell. Our “Through the eyes of” blog series aims to tell the story of this destination through the eyes of the islanders. This week we have interviewed St Helena diver, Anthony Thomas, about what the diving scene is like on this <a class="read-more-link" href="http://sthelenatourism.com/st-helena-through-the-eyes-of-a-diver/">Read More</a>

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