Pear Technology will be exhibiting at the Farm Business Innovation Show this week on 7th & 8th November. You can get yourself free tickets from the link below. Find us on stand 2884. We have a range of new items to show you including the online MapShop, new GPS devices, more government datasets and a […]
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Pear Technology are exhibiting at the APF show from the 15th to the 17th September 2016 at the Ragley Estate. Jonathan Smith, Mark Lloyd and Adrian Parker will be on stand D11a. Discounts are available during the show so please come and see us to find out more.
Pear Technology are exhibiting at the Amenity Conference in Staffordshire from the 4th to the 7th September, 2016. Jonathan Smith and Mark Lloyd will be on stand 41 so please come and say hello!
Pear Technology are sponsoring the Consulting Arborist Society report writing seminar at Minerva Mill, Alcester on 30th June 2016. We will be available on the day to provide information about our software and give demonstrations. For more information please click here.
Pear Technology are thrilled to announce that they will be exhibiting at the Farm Business & Innovation show on the 11th./12th. November at the NEC in Birmingham. The Farm Business & Innovation shows is a large event that keeps Farmers, Land Managers, Glampers, Campers, Estate Owners and all sorts of other people up to date […]
2016 Update: Please note RPA boundaries in a shapefile format are no longer available. The Current Situation With the announcement of the Basic Payment Scheme’s (BPS) withdrawal of their online mapping system, farmers are having to resort back to paper maps. Claim submission deadlines have been extended to the 15th June, 2015. However, the […]
The recently update @HistoricEngland @HumphryRepton online aerial map is available to view here: https://t.co/YrjKwoqmbj
New aerial images, such as this one of Wentworth Woodhouse, have now been added.
#HEAerial @HE_Archaeology https://t.co/XyYR138zBT
The recently update @HistoricEngland @HumphryRepton online aerial map is available to view here: https://t.co/YrjKwoqmbj— HE Archive (@HE_Archive) June 14, 2019
New aerial images, such as this one of Wentworth Woodhouse, have now been added. #HEAerial @HE_Archaeology pic.twitter.com/XyYR138zBT