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Know Your Place is a website that allows you to explore your neighbourhood through historic maps, images and linked information. It is about learning about and sharing information about historic Bristol. Know Your Place allows:
- wider access to Bristol's historic maps
- you to share your own information and images about Bristol.
Before entering Know Your Place please read the guidance notes in the related documents section. The document about uploading information provides step by step instructions about submitting information to the site including how to nominate places for the Local List.
This version uses the Silverlight plugin and has extra navigation tools. Please note it will not work on all browsers or devices. The plugin is free. For instructions on how to install it see the guidance document "How do I install Silverlight?".
Subscribe to Know Your Place
You can subscribe to Know Your Place so that your browser receives a notification when we update any information. To subscribe go to the RSS Feed. See the document "How do I subscribe to Know Your Place?" for more guidance about this.
The Know your place website was created by the City Design Group, with funding from English Heritage. This was in partnership with:
- Geographic Information Services (GIS)
- Bristol Museums, Galleries and Archives
- Local volunteers.
Bristol Historic Environment Record Brunel House St George's Road Bristol, BS1 5UY Opening Hours
9am to 5pm
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Work: 0117 922 3033