Tag Archives: London

Interesting Maps of London

I happened across this great web site today – with some fantastic maps drawn in rather different styles – and really not badly priced! https://walkwithmemaps.com/ Founded by Pablo Baqué, the ‘Walk With Me’  project maps different neighborhoods of European cities from … Continue reading

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‘Drawing the Line’ Map Exhibition in London

The British Library is currently offering a new exhibition called ‘Maps and the 20th Century: Drawing The Line’. It opened on November 4th, and will run to March 1st, 2017 – so plenty of time for any map-obsessed geographers to … Continue reading

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Update Your Urban Regeneration Case Studies

Two interesting articles have appeared in the press recently that could be used in the classroom as up-to-the-moment examples of urban regeneration. Article: http://linkis.com/www.thetimes.co.uk/a/ilKv0 The first of them forms an addition to any existing case studies of regeneration associated with … Continue reading

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The Olympic Torch Relay – Coming To a Street Near You?

Where Is The Olympic Flame Going? The planned torch relay will bring the Olympic Flame within 10 miles of 95% of people in the UK. It will enable local communities to shine a light on the best their area has … Continue reading

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London Olympic Site Tour

Link: gu.com/p/35bnp/tw The forthcoming London Olympic events have provided a range of opportunities for school geographical study. This recent article from the Guardian newspaper is an up-to-date interactive tour of the site, with maps and links to short films. I … Continue reading

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