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UK postcodes

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sunny-j asked on
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Greetings Experts,

I have a database table with postcodes and am starting to look at how I can sort them onto a google map or similar to show the location by region of each facility (80,000+ locations) At the moment the table just has a postcode column, no lat/long details.  I am using SQL Server 2014, as well as Visual Studio 2017 and usually create solutions within c# and MVC.

Any guidance on tools out there or the approach i should take much appreciated.

Kind regards.