Category Archives: Website

Don’t Lose Your Way

An estimated 10,000 miles of footpaths across England and Wales are under threat of being lost forever, but today marks the beginning of a new digital project to identify them all before it is too late. We’re supporting the Ramblers’ … Continue reading

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Issues with website

Apologies if you have had trouble accessing our main website A Vision of Britain through Time in the last few days. We’ve been making some technical changes and it seems to have had unexpected consequences. We hope to get normal … Continue reading

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Hot off the press – new articles published

Twice in the space of two days we have been able to celebrate the successful publication of an article. On Monday we arrived back in the office to discover the Historical Methods theme issue on crowd-sourcing and citizen science had … Continue reading

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Download problem for protected data resolved

We think we’ve resolved the issues that registered UK Federation users were having with downloading our protected data from A Vision of Britain through Time. Apologies for any inconvenience caused. N.B. For the time being you may find it requires two … Continue reading

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Problem with protected download data from Vision of Britain

Apologies if you are having problems with downloading our protected data from A Vision of Britain through Time. We are aware of the problem, and are working on finding the cause. However, our current capacity to sort this kind of … Continue reading

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Apologies in advance for any inconvenience caused if you find A Vision of Britain though Time down at any point over the next few days. We’re working on the final stages of a new release of the system so there may be … Continue reading

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GB1900 project – first case study

The GB1900 project, to transcribe all the text from OS six inch to the mile maps of Great Britain from around 1900, is progressing well. Since launch in late September our 866 registered volunteers have between them done over 1.6million … Continue reading

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