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|Vera||Report||21 Apr 2003 08:04|
STUART, HELEN etc Re standardisation of the way addresses are stated. Thanks for the comments. I have given my idea based on the way the Census notes them, but I agree that having tried it that way I am now not sure that it would work for us on this site. We are all used to writing the town then the County. To save space I WOULD recommend the use of the Chapman Codes for the Counties. Perhaps the powers-that-be could arrange for SITE SEARCH like other web sites I use. Any more ideas from anyone? Thanks for the replies, Vera