Most of the data we have gathered for Open Street Map is in the East Riding of Yorkshire, but some has been in Kingston upon Hull. I realised that it was not easy to keep track of how much work has been done and is still to be done. After some thought I realised that the city has been broken up already by the boundary commission into wards for electing councillors, so I would now like to use this. There are twenty-three wards in the city and I intend to add the list to the wiki page for Hull.
We went out in the rain to map more of Hull, filling a few gaps on the edges of the Avenues area. This is now one of the most complete wards of Hull, with only a few streets off Beverley Road and around Hymers college to complete it. The ward has a lot of shops which have almost no detail recorded, but this is for a later pass, probably a warm summer's day. I added the large cemetery beside Springbank West. There are still various bits of landuse to add, other cemeteries, allotments, schools as well are residential. It should look good.