A St Helena History Lesson Through Small Shops | Sharon Henry Welcome to part two of St Helena's small country shops. These rural establishments quietly provide a vital service to their communities, many from home premises trading over the counter. Besides being grocers they are the off-licence, the local grapevine
Cultivating A Centuries Old Original | Sharon Henry "The only thing I don't like about coffee is drinking it!" laughs a chief picker at the Bamboo Hedge coffee plantation on St Helena - which just so happens to supply of one of the world's most prized and
Gunpowder, Treason & Plot Remembered On Bonfire Night | Sharon Henry There’s possibly no truer example of our ‘Britishness’ than St Helena Guy Fawkes Day and Bonfire Night celebrations. We always 'remember, remember the 5th of November' together with the traditional 'Penny for the Guy'
HEADING SOUTH | Darrin Henry Blue Point Post Box walk is a little gem of a hike, hidden away in the far, southern corner of St Helena. We only discovered this excursion ourselves just a couple of years ago, but it’s become one of our favourites
PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT 366 AT HALFWAY | Darrin Henry Any good editor is often required to be ruthless, whether it’s trimming a news report, cutting a film or, in our case, selecting final photographs. Editing your own work is harder as you’re emotionally attached, but
THE PLACE TO RELAX | Darrin Henry Sandy Bay is a bit of a show off among the St Helena districts when it comes to landscape, but you can hardly blame it once you see the place – it really is stunning. Beautiful, charming scenery across the island of St Helena