Four women selected to run world’s most remote post office in Antartica

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Four women have been selected to run the world's most remote post office and count penguins in Antarctica. They beat a record number of applicants to become the team responsible for managing historic site Port Lockroy, on Goudier Island. They will spend five months without running water or a flushing toilet.
Published 2 months ago · London, United Kingdom

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Four women to run post office and count penguins in Antarctica

The team will also monitor a colony of gentoo penguins on Goudier Island for five months.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Four women selected to run world’s most remote post office in Antartica

Clare Ballantyne, Mairi Hilton, Natalie Corbett and Lucy Bruzzone will be responsible for managing Port Lockroy.

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Four women selected to run world’s most remote post office in Antartica

Four women are to travel to a distant part of Antartica to take up jobs including running the world’s most remote post office and counting the island’s penguins.

2 months ago·Ireland
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Four women to run world's most remote post office

Four women are to travel to a distant part of Antarctica to take up jobs including running the world's most remote post office and counting the island's penguins.

2 months ago·Ireland
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Four women off to Antarctica for most remote remote working on Earth

Now that is some very remote working (Picture: UK Antarctic Heritage Trust/PA)Four women are heading to Antarctica to run the world’s most remote post office, a gift shop and count the island’s penguins.Clare Ballantyne, Mairi Hilton, Natalie Corbett and Lucy Bruzzone beat a record number of applicants to become the team responsible for managing historic site Port Lockroy, on Goudier Island.The team will abandon home comforts to live and work in…

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Four women selected to run one of the world's coldest and remotest post offices

The team have been picked to take on the responsibility for managing historic site Port Lockroy, on Goudier Island, for five months - in a region without running water or a flushing toilet. Their roles include running the world's most remote post office and counting the island's penguins.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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