the heritage Map and walks map
Help and Guidance

This is the screen you will see when the Heritage Map opens. The buttons on the Walks Map are exactly the same.

Select the Map you

wish to Return to or Home Page to Exit

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When the map opens there are,

1. a pop-up window appears on the map - close this by clicking on the X

2. the Panel on the right displays the group(s) of items that appear on the map.

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Clicking on the small Arrow beside the title Opens/Closes the group.

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Clicking on the Eye symbol toggles between the group contents being Visible/Hidden on the map.

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This Opens/Closes the Panel.

Zoom to Fit  Symbol for Group in MapHub.

In the top right is a small button which Zooms In/Out so that all Visible items fit on the map.

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Zoom using your mouse or the + and - buttons.  

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Zoom in and Dots will become Pointers eg HE sites have their logo and 'HE' on the Pointer. 

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Example of a filter: To see only Listed Buildings on Kenilworth Road type Kenilworth into the box.  Delete Kenilworth to display all Listed Buildings again.

Acknowledgements

The KDBH Neighbourhood Forum Interactive Heritage Map has been developed to highlight interesting things within and around the Forum Area.  New items will be added over time.  We are very grateful to the following for their help and support:

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Historic England for supporting us and allowing use of their List.

Learn more about their work which covers more than just listed buildings at https://historicengland.org.uk

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Knowle Society for allowing us to include material from their Local History Archive maintained in Knowle Library.   More about the Society here http://www.knowlesociety.org.uk/local-history-archive/

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Knowle Local History Society for allowing us to include material from their records. More about the Society here http://www.knowlehistory.org.uk