First national survey evening and night-time activities in England

Roberts, M. and Gornostaeva, G. 2004. First national survey evening and night-time activities in England. London, UK The Civic Trust.

TitleFirst national survey evening and night-time activities in England
AuthorsRoberts, M. and Gornostaeva, G.
TypeProject report
Year2004
PublisherThe Civic Trust
Place of publicationLondon, UK
Publication dates
Published2004
Web address (URL)http://www.civictrust.org.uk/evening/survey.shtml

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