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Training in the use of the Oxford toolkit on Maidenhead Riverside.
Image source: IHBC's Context 148, March 2017: Capacity building for understanding character. Written by Rob Lloyd-Sweet, historic places advisor for Historic England, South East, and Pete Boland, historic places adviser for Historic England, West Midlands.
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