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If you have constructive comments about HistoryPoints.org, please get in touch with us via the facility below. If your comment relates to a specific HiPoint, please indicate clearly which HiPoint you mean.
If you have interesting personal recollections about a HiPoint, please use the feedback form to send us a short summary. We may be able to add your recollections to that HiPoint’s footnotes.
Please get in touch if your group or non-commercial organisation would like to select HiPoints in your area or field of expertise. We don’t charge for hosting your material and supplying the QR barcodes. All we ask is that you fund the production of the QR labels for your chosen HiPoints, and undertake to ensure they’re properly affixed (with landlord consent) and maintained. If your group’s an amateur society, your local council or trade association may be willing to fund your HistoryPoints project – especially as the labels are much, much cheaper than traditional plaques or information boards!
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