Daily Express transport editor John Ingham called us last week with news of a PR agency on the Falkland Islands, discovered during his recent press trip there to mark the 25th anniversary of Argentina's invasion.
Sealed PR was set up two and a half years ago by Amanda Morris, a former PRO for the Prince's Trust, and native Falklander Sarah Clement.
Margaret Thatcher's one-time war zone may only have a population of 3,000, but penguin whisperers the team are not. Clients have included the Falkland Islands Chamber of Commerce and the Vessel Owners' Association.
Clement, who was five at the time of the Argentine invasion, claims PR on the islands is 'quite diverse'.
She adds: 'We are preparing a sheep show for the Rural Business Association. We also organise weddings; the next one is in a stable.'
Sheep shows? Weddings? Let it not be said that South Atlantic PR lacks ingenuity and flexibility...