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Upper Derwent Valley

I have just finished the section for the Upper Derwent Valley in the guidebook I am writing. It is a section I have laboured over with much love as it is where I spend a great deal of my time as a Ranger for the Peak District National Park and as a solo explorer. 317 more words

Walking

DigiMaps for Colleges

“Digimap for Colleges provides easy access to a range of up to date Ordnance Survey digital mapping for Great Britain. You can access detailed maps showing building outlines, street level maps, road atlas style maps and maps for outdoor activities. 272 more words

EResource

Meet the Ordnance Survey GetOutside Champions

I should write an introduction, but I think it’s best to just hand over to Steve Backshall, Sean Conway and Bonita Norris….

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What a Methodist preacher apparently wore in the 1830's

Recently I came across a letter relating to the first Ordnance Survey of Ireland in the 1830’s. It concerned the progress of the field work being carried out in County Cavan but began with an interesting insight. 106 more words

New Year, New Challenges

In the words of John Lennon another year over and a new one just begun, let’s hope it’s a good one, without any fear… war is over.” 292 more words

Cycling

2015: A year of achievement

Let’s not bother with the humblebrag and just get straight to it: I’ve had a f**king good year when it comes to photography. And I’m going to relish it! 801 more words

Photography

Digital maps from the Ordnance Survey

When you buy an Ordnance Survey Map now it also comes with a free mobile download of the same map

It is easy to download from the OS site you just need to set up an account (free of charge) and then enter the code that comes with the map and then download it to your phone – either and iPhone or an Android. 39 more words

Dartmoor Walks