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Played zombie apocalypse for the first and it was amazing! We will be back!

Will definitely do it again. What a cool experience!

Decided to try this for the first time with my hubby for our anniversary. We had a great time we ... read more also had a great group of strangers working with us. Definitely will be trying these more often. Great job, had a blast.

This was an awesome experience... going to do it again!

Had an amazing time with my husband. Can't wait to go again with friends.

Awesome! We failed but had a great time! The decor was fantastic!

Had a good time with the hubby. It was a great challange, we've been to other escape rooms where ... read more the game itself was boring and didn't really make us think. The Captive room was a challenge but a good challenge. I think we went over our limit with the clues they gave us but overall, it was a good time. The rooms had a creepy scary feel about them. Everytime we asked for a clue, I jumped from the screams! Well done! We will definitely be back for your sub room!

Very fun family experience. Definitely not easy. Looking forward to going back to the murder room!

We have done a few escape rooms and we agreed this was best one so far! Very logical, but ... read more not easy. The unlimited clues help greatly, but we still failed on last part of room...not to give it away. Hard to find location in the back of the complex....don't give up...follow the yellow signs. Well worth it!

Was our first time, didn't know what to expect. My husband and I were the only two so it ... read more was hard but we did get 3 doors open. We are going back with a group so they can help.

Had a great time will definitely come back to do it again

I can't wait for them to finish making the next room already done both room failed both but it was ... read more fun each time .. best experience ever .. glad we all were a lil tipy made it ever funnier ... Lol hurry up and finish the next room we trying to make this something to do on a monthly trip .. my job wants to plan a trip over there also lol

had so much fun!! loved it!! definitely would recommend to try it out!

A wonderful experience. So much fun. A must try for everyone!!!

The captive escape room was fun! Not easy but not too hard either if you're really paying attention which ... read more I suggest! We escaped with 5mins left! Can't wait to come back to do maritime!

On Wednesday, as part of the Autumn Budget, the Chancellor announced that the government will be creating a Geospatial Commission “to establish how to open up freely the OS MasterMap data to UK-based small businesses”. It will be supported by new funding of £80 million over two years. The Commission will be looking at a range of things including:

That’s a big pot of money to get something done and a remit that ticks all of the right boxes. As the ODI blog post notes, it creates “the opportunity for national mapping agencies to adapt to a future where they become stewards for national mapping data infrastructure, making sure that data is available to meet the needs of everyone in the country”.

So, I’m really surprised that the many of the reactions from the open data community have been fairly negative. I understand the concerns that the end result might not be a completely open Mastermap . There are many, many ways in which this could end up with little or no change to the status quo. That’s certainly true if we ignore the opportunity to embed some change.

From my perspective, this is the biggest step towards a more open future for UK geospatial data since the first OS Open Data release in 2010. (I remember excitedly hitting the publish button to make their first Linked Data release publicly accessible)

Anyone who has been involved with open data in the UK will have encountered the Ordnance Survey licensing issues that are massively inhibiting both the release and use of open data in the UK. It’s a frustration of mine that these issues aren’t manifest in the various open data indexes.

In my opinion, anything that moves us forward from the current licensing position is to be welcomed. Yes, we all want a completely open MasterMap. That’s our shared goal. But how do we get there?

We’ve just seen the government task and resource itself to do something that can help us achieve that goal. It’s taken concerted effort by a number of people to get to this point. We should be focusing on what we all can do, right now, to help this process stay on track. Dismissing it as an already failed attempt isn’t helpful.

I think there’s a great deal that the community could do to engage with and support this process.

Here’s a few ideas of things of ways that we could inject some useful thinking into the process:

Personally, I’m choosing to be optimistic.Let’s get to work to create the result we want to see.

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