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Book Review: The Ordnance Survey Outdoor Handbook

The Ordnance Survey Outdoor Handbook. Michael Allaby. 1987 MacMillan London. 224 p.

Although almost 20 years old, this is a gem of a book that I picked up second-hand. 400 more words

Book Reviews

Day Hikes in the Cotswolds - Beautiful Chedworth and Withington

For this walk we used: Pathfinder Guides – The Cotswolds (Published 2009) Walk 26: Chedworth and Withington. Distance: 9 miles.

The walk began at Chedworth church. 356 more words


Félicité Perpétue

A white rambling rose that we rescued from the jungle, and that Jackie trained along the front garden fence last year, is now blooming rampantly. The head gardener has now identified it as Felicite Perpetue. 551 more words

Book Review: Frank Cullen, Dublin 1847: city of the ordnance survey (Dublin, 2015).

By Adrian James Kirwan
For anyone interested in Dublin city and its history this book will provide much enjoyment to both those familiar and unfamiliar with the city’s history. 544 more words

Irish History

Processing OS Codepoint Data

Working in a professional GIS environment,you will undoubtedly be dealing with Ordnance Survey data – whether open or private. One of the most useful of these is OS codepoint which provides a precise geographical location for 1.6 million postcodes within Great Britain. 346 more words


I'm a winner!

And not just according to my mum, either!

I didn’t spot the email at first. Gmail kindly sorts some emails automatically into “Social” and “Promotions” groups, for which you don’t get a new email notification. 369 more words