Liz Adams

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Egghead doesn’t know where Hartlepool is

2010-11-02T15:24:56+00:00November 2nd, 2010|Mapping news|

One of the Eggheads, CJ de Mooi, was yesterday proving that although he knows everything about most things, he doesn't know a lot about Geography. When asked what body of water is Hartlepool on he couldn't even work out it was in the North East nevermind on the North Sea. To help him out we've [...]

Maps International launch new Business Map Centre

2017-09-21T09:44:58+00:00October 25th, 2010|Mapping news|

You may have noticed that the Maps International website has a new Business Section. The new Business Map Centre has been designed not only to be easier to navigate but to also include all the business products and services that we offer. Mapping products and services on our new Business Map Centre include Acrylic Aerial [...]

New atlas produced by Lovell Johns highlights the value of Europe’s soil biodiversity

2010-10-11T17:13:40+00:00October 11th, 2010|Mapping news, Uncategorized|

Lovell Johns recently completed production on the Soils Atlas of the Northern Circumpolar Region for the European Commission, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. The Soil Atlas combines data from thousands of pits, dug across the circumpolar region by researchers from different countries each summer for more than 50 years. You can read [...]

Maps International features at Blur Hyde Park gig

2017-09-22T04:37:10+00:00July 7th, 2009|Uncategorized|

Maps International has yet again supplied a major London event with mapping. Last Thursday Blur played a spectacular reunion gig in Hyde Park and the theme of the evening was around London and the UK to celebrate their home-coming. Our maps were a massive (literally) feature of the event. Maps International supplied the mapping for [...]

Summer skiing at Tignes

2017-09-22T04:41:36+00:00June 18th, 2009|Places Abroad|

This weekend 20th June sees the start of the summer skiing season on the Grand Motte glacier in Tignes. At over 3000m above sea level and accessed directly by the Perce Neige funicular, Grand Motte provides the perfect summer skiing experience. The summer season runs until 30th August. The funicular takes you from Val Claret [...]

Want to fly without fear?

2009-06-10T11:02:43+00:00June 10th, 2009|Uncategorized|

For those of you that would love to travel the world but are scared of flying, then we have the answer for you. I recently went on Virgin's Flying withour Fear course It's a day long course with a 45 minute flight at the end. The course is run regularly all round the country, [...]