The U.K. government has decided to just go with the names that locals give landmarks. Ordinance Survey, the official mapping agency of Great Britain, will release a mapping tool that gives local nicknames to coastal areas.
This will result in some places being given official names such as Stinky Bay, Crazy Mary’s Hole and Nuncle Dicks. They figure it’s best to use local names to assist people in emergencies rather than GPS coordinates. Over 7,500 places will now be mapped with their colloquial names so be careful out there at Mary’s Hole!