thanks for the Heads up, some interesting stuff.
A couple of queries (which you may or may not be able to answer)
When you say there is more data in the hard copy what do you mean - more sites or more info on the sites??
Also, why was the PDF version only an edited version of the fuller report??
Finally, why do EH still use the old County names rather than the modern ones??
Merry Christmas one and all
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