Tag: GIS

Volunteers Newsletter – December 2016

Dear volunteers, Welcome to your latest newsletter, updating on all volunteer work and news from the Know Your Place – West of England project. This Month’s Progress During November, you sent back 109 cropped maps and 76 georeferenced maps. Roughly double the previous month, which is excellent. Was this due to the increasingly bad weather […]

From Battlefields to Excavations: Sharing the Historic Environment Record

Archaeology and HER Officer Paul Driscoll explains the importance of sharing South Gloucestershire’s heritage data on Know Your Place. The Historic Environment Record (HER) for South Gloucestershire was recently made available through the South Gloucestershire edition of Know Your Place.  The HER is a database of heritage assets and investigations, such as archaeological sites, listed buildings, […]