[Talk-gb-midanglia] Bury St Edmunds
chris at tasric.org.uk
Tue Oct 14 13:07:44 BST 2008
You are right: I didn't finish the southern part, and I haven't put an area
in to show what is still to be covered. I can do that, but what would that
be tagged with? I'd be interested in helping with another day, but can only
really do Sundays now and am away over half term. So I'd be interested in
Sundays 16th, 23rd and 30th November. I guess that would mean we'd have to
finish around 4-4.30pm because of failing light, so maybe would need an
2008/10/14 David Earl <david at frankieandshadow.com>
> We had a very successful mapping party in Bury St Edmunds a few weeks
> ago. Five of us did about 70% of the city (of 40,000 people) on one
> That still leaves about 12 person hours of surveying to do. The key
> missing bits are the central area south of Abbeygate Street; a few parts
> of the southern section (yellow on the cake map on the web page - Chris,
> did you put an area in the data to show which bit needs doing? or am I
> wrong, and it is complete?); and the biggest chunk is in the eastern
> area, east of the A14, which proved to be much more built-up than we had
> expected. There's also the two Fornhams and the large village of Great
> Barton on the fringes of the city which would complement it.
> So I'm thinking we need a second push to complete it. Another single day
> with a handful of people should do it.
> Anyone interested? Want to suggest a day?
> The two meeting points we used before (The Lounge, and So Bar) seemed to
> work fine.
> (BTW, I happened to be back there for an afternoon recently so I did a
> mapping stroll around the Abbey Gardens, so those got filled in to quite
> a lot of detail).
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Chris Dorling <chris at tasric.org.uk>
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