St Helena is a small volcanic outcrop in the South Atlantic Ocean, settled in 1659. Together with two associated and remote colonies, at Ascension Island and Tristan da Cunha, it is a British dependency under a Governor appointed by The Queen.
The book is a Governor’s personal account of four eventful years in the 1990s when he found himself between a rock and a hard place, seeking simultaneously to fend off a policy of cuts in funding from the British Government and the eff
|Publisher:||New Generation Publishing|
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About the Author
A keen sportsman and photographer he led the St Helena Cricket Association, of which he was the elected President, towards affiliate membership of the International Cricket Council; founded an international yacht race; and had photographs used both to illustrate tourism brochures and travel articles and on calendars, telephone cards and on the internet, as well as being used in advertising material for the company associated with the shipping service to St Helena.