This is no small project and we are hoping that the public will get behind us and support it either financially or by getting actively involved. If you would like to help please email Andrea at email@example.com
We began planning on how to best make use of the reclaimed land to the north of the museum after pitting trials revealed that the land is too unstable to build on.
We hope to - with the help of the community - develop the land as a community area - an extension of what we already have at the dockyard.
The land will feature large sections of the Charles Cooper - including the rather splendid bow (pictured left). If anyone hasn't guessed it yet, this is why we aptly named the land, 'Cooper Point.'
We also hope to feature a compass rose, a stepping stone timeline as well as information boards that will tell our visitors about our rich maritime history. If funds allow we also hope to have other features such as a ship's wheel at the head of the point and a tower viewer.
Falkland Islands Museum & National Trust
The historic heart of Stanley