St Helena Island Covid 19 battle to keep the disease out dominates island news March April 2020. SHG formed the Incident Executive Group (IEG), Bradley’s Camp was converted, flights suspended, schools closed, social-distancing was led by the community and a fire at Annes Place
Festival of Lights in St Helena Island had dancing angels on Jacob’s Ladder, plus fireworks, a superb highlight to another Jamestown Christmas street parade. Celebrations started from the Hospital with fabulously lit floats and cars, and around 200 – 250 people draped in lights
With limited transport options available, getting around St Helena Island requires a little pre-planning to save precious holiday time and ensure you don’t miss out on any island experiences. Follow these insider tips on St Helena transportation options to travel around smooth and bump-free.
St Helena News Alerts is a current affairs feature on the Inside St Helena App. We are posting short-format, St Helena Island news items, two to three times per week. Topics covered range from St Helena government news to community stories and significant events
Fugro Gauss, an undersea survey ship, early closure of the Sir Hudson Lowe Exhibition and Dr Jeremy J Sarkin holding political reform consultation meetings, were some of the stories making headlines on St Helena, from August to October 2019. The League of Friends and a direct air route from Europe was also being proposed.
St Helena accommodation for holidays or business is easy with the Inside St Helena app which brings hotel, bed and breakfast and self-catering options straight to your fingertips. Allowing you to browse and make comparisons before choosing a St Helena lodging for your trip.
St Helena weather is warm and mild, tempered by our southern hemisphere South-East Trade Winds. Winter to summer temperatures from 11C – 34C (52F – 93F). We don’t suffer extremes, there are no hurricanes, snow, frost or even thunderstorms to set tongues wagging. Instead the changeability
St Helena restaurants have been increasing in numbers in recent years. Today there are eating out choices available every day of the week, from regular sit-down style restaurants in St Helena to takeaways, as well as cafés and coffee shops. The majority of St Helena food services are found in the island’s capital, Jamestown, unsurprisingly, […]
If you’re looking for St Helena hotels you’ve landed at the right place; choose to stay in the beautiful countryside or in historic Jamestown, minutes from Jacob’s Ladder and the seafront. All offer comfort, relaxation and our famous island hospitality to ensure your holiday
So, we’ve put together this handy, mobile App user guide for Inside St Helena, to enhance the user experience. Hopefully you’ve downloaded the Inside St Helena App from the Google Play Store and finding it straightforward to use. However, just in case you’re a