Category Archives: Research Projects

Research projects undertaken by PLACE

More volunteers needed for our research project on Yorkshire market towns

PLACE is conducting a survey of the market towns in its region and is seeking volunteers to record the number and type of retail and public services available in the central areas of our traditional small and medium sized settlements. … Continue reading

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Wildlife of Hopewell House Farm

Wildlife studies have been carried out at Hopewell House Farm, near Knaresborough. Continue reading

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Road verges in North York Moors

PLACE volunteers monitor road verges of conservation interest in the National Park. Continue reading

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Wharram Percy ecological survey

PLACE volunteers studied the wildlife of Wharram Percy deserted medieval village. Continue reading

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Road verges in Hambleton District

31 road verges of special conservation interest have been identified by volunteers. Continue reading

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