Friends of St Helena - Welcome
Please note that our old web site address fosh·org·uk was allowed to lapse and is now being used by another organisation with content that quotes our name and publications. Actions are being taken to stop this.
Friends of St Helena was founded in March 1988 with two aims:
To provide information about of St Helena, including its history, culture, environment and current affairs; and to provide practical support to the St Helenian community.
Information about St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha is provided through this site, magazines and talks at our meetings. We have supported many projects including a charity for the physically disabled, the development of the St Helena Museum and the High Knoll Restoration appeal.
Please come and join Friends of St Helena, a registered charity (Registered Charity No 1000321) whose members have a deep interest and love for St Helena and its people. Membership is open to individuals and groups of any nationality.
Meetings: We hold two meetings each year, usually in early June (our AGM) and in the Autumn. At meetings, individuals closely involved with St Helena give talks. Recent presentations have included the rescue of historic documents at the Jamestown Post Office, the Saint Helena Volcanoes by Dr Ian Baker, the Flora of St Helena by Dr Phil Lambdon. We next meet for our AGM on 7th June, 2014, at the Slavery Museum, Liverpool. This will coincide with an Exhibition there of the slave graves on St Helena.
Web Site: Our web site has numerous features including a members-only section. Members can access magazine back numbers and also find information about St Helena's history and genealogy. Our St Helena News Page is updated on an almost daily basis.