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simon3
2015-02-02 09:08:33
re Faughart and Propose Places Database Chang
Context of comment:Re Trailtrekker's suggestion for Hill of Faughart. Your account certainly suggests that this place is worthy of inclusion on Local, Historical and Cultural grounds and some of your information could form part of the information for the place in a future entry.
Message:MV knows that there's quite a few places like this around Ireland of interest which is why we introduced the Local Historical and Cultural hills. Recently we have created a means of gathering and organising suggestions for them. As well as recording the suggestion we also need to get the data for them together.

This is now done with the Propose Place Database Change -> Propose a new summit on any summit page (the page MV starts with at present).

So could I request you put an entry in there Trailtrekker? Most of the fields are fairly straightforward though the prominence can be a bit tricky. (Leave the Public id blank also.) Our suggestion there is have a go but if you can't determine it, leave blank.
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