I have 2 stores in my database both with LAT & LON generated from Google Maps.

The postcodes are CM18 6QQ (51.75792090,0.10526110) and CM17 0PB (51.78607040,0.17861950)

I use this query for the search function in MySQL

```
SELECT *, (3959 * acos( cos( radians($LAT) ) * cos( radians( shopLat ) ) * cos( radians( shopLon ) - radians($LON) ) + sin( radians($LAT) ) * sin( radians( shopLat ) ) ) ) AS distance
FROM shopList
HAVING distance < 25
ORDER BY distance
LIMIT 0,10
```

When you enter a postcode into the search box, it checks the database to see if that has already been searched for and uses the LAT/LON already saved, otherwise it gets the LAT/LON for that postcode.

If I do a search for CM18 6QQ it returns both rows in the results correctly, however, if I do a search for CM17 0PB, it only returns the CM18 6QQ row in the result.

Has me quite confused why this would be.

This is the MySQL query that’s not returning correctly:

```
SELECT *, (3959 * acos( cos( radians(51.78607040) ) * cos( radians( shopLat ) ) * cos( radians( shopLon ) - radians(0.17861950) ) + sin( radians(51.78607040) ) * sin( radians( shopLat ) ) ) ) AS distance
FROM shopList
HAVING distance < 25
ORDER BY distance
LIMIT 0,10
```

but this one is fine:

```
SELECT *, (3959 * acos( cos( radians(51.75792090) ) * cos( radians( shopLat ) ) * cos( radians( shopLon ) - radians(0.10526110) ) + sin( radians(51.75792090) ) * sin( radians( shopLat ) ) ) ) AS distance
FROM shopList
HAVING distance < 25
ORDER BY distance
LIMIT 0,10
```