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From Norfolk RCC
In any assessment and plan around the idea of a Sense of Place a map is obviously a crucial tool - it helps you and everyone else visualise what you have in your neighbourhood, where it is, and what lies between each feature.
In later stages (particularly Step 2: Know Your Place you will be collecting information on your area and you will need to collate this in some way. This information will come in many forms, whether they be maps of the location of, for example, nature reserves or keying into local knowledge about places and their value.
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