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On Friday 4th April a dramatic new exhibition called ‘Liberty Bound: Slavery and St Helena’ opens at the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool.

Introducing Marcus Henry. He is the station manager for St Helena’s Met Office, in charge of both surface and upper air observing techniques.

After 24 years of service, the RMS St Helena is to receive internet Wifi facilities for the first time!

Last weekend at The Times Destinations Holiday and Travel Show St Helena representative and local Saint, Matt Joshua, shared a stage with John Carter.

From the tallest, biggest and oldest; St Helena is an extraordinary location that flaunts some of the world’s best-kept travel secrets.

St Helena has incredible scenery and packs a huge variety of environments into 47 square miles, which visitors can enjoy through a range of walks. Here is the third Walker’s Guide post with information supplied by one of St Helena’s most avid walkers, Ed Thorpe.

Sally Kettle is an adventurer, speaker, event host and personal trainer. She is also the author of 'Sally's Odd at Sea', a book about how she became the world’s first mother and daughter pair to row 3,000 miles across the Atlantic to the West Indies; raising £250,000 for charity and earning a place in the Guinness World Records 2008. In December 2013 she visited St Helena for the first time...

Make your next trip be to St Helena and learn more by visiting us at The Times’ Destinations Travel Show.

St Helena’s incredible scenery and variety of environment makes it a walker’s paradise. In this second walker’s guide to St Helena avid walker, Ed Thorpe, […]

There is no better way to explore St Helena than on foot, which is why the island is a walker’s paradise.