NEW MAP: South Georgia and the Shackleton Crossing

The cartographers at British Antarctic Survey (BAS) have re-produced a high-resolution updated map of the sub-antarctic island of South Georgia. The island, situated at 37°W 54°10’S is a haven for wildlife, a centre for wildlife and fisheries research and famous for the epic voyage by Sir Ernest Shackleton and his men in May 1916. Read More NEW MAP: South Georgia and the Shackleton Crossing

Mappy Monday – Europe Passport Covers Map

We’ve definitely entered Autumn. Between getting our coats out and gathering conkers, we’ve been reflecting on all the great adventures we have had this summer.  Read More Mappy Monday – Europe Passport Covers Map

Mappy Monday- Marvellous Map of Great British Place Names

What’s in a name? Well lots of Bottoms as far as this map is concerned. There is Bushy Bottom, Great Bottom, Long Bottom, Breaky Bottom, Rough Grey Bottom, Burnt Bottom, Middleton Bottom, Charity Bottom, Puddington Bottom, Snail’s Bottom and Jolly’s Bottom to name just a few Bottoms. Read More Mappy Monday- Marvellous Map of Great British Place Names