Midwife switches UK birth centre base to work in Antarctica with 1,000 penguins

By Jill Dando News

A midwife for the NHS has is switching locations from a birth centre in London to live on an island with 1,000 penguins in Antarctica.

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Bridie Martin-West, 33, was selected by the charity UK Antarctic Heritage Trust (UKAHT) to work at the Goudier Island Base A at Port Lockroy.

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During a secret Second World War mission – ‘Operation Tabarin’, Base A was established as the first British base in Antarctica in 1944.

Nearly 80 years later, it is now home to the world’s southernmost public post office, a museum and a colony of gentoo penguins.

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