Month: April 2017

News, Parish Council

Results of the Joint Village Event and Trim Trail Surveys’

Thank you to all those residents who took the time to complete either or both or the consultation surveys carried out recently.  The results of the consultation will help guide the decisions that the Parish Council will on both issues in the near future.

Joint Village Event – highlights from a total of 38 responses

  • 35 of which (92%) thought that it was something that the village definitely or probably needed
  • 34 people were extremely likely or likely to attend the event
  • 25 people thought the event would be best held on a Saturday
  • 33 people (86. %) thought there should be something for everyone at the event
  • 27 people prefer a traditional village fete. 15 would like a home grown produce show
    • 5 comments from people who would like to see a combination of all the choices listed
  • Activities preferred were very evenly spread however 15 people gave written responses in favour of a combination of all activities
  • 28 people considered that dogs should be allowed on to the field to participate in a family dog show
  • 31 people thought that any profit should be kept by the parish councils to use in the villages.
  • 9 people are willing to help before the event
  • 7 people are willing to help at the event

The full survey report can be read here. RESULTS OF THE ADULT TRIM TRAIL SURVEY 2017

Adult Trim Trail survey – highlights from a total of 54 responses

  • 40 (75%) of people thought that the installation of a trim trail was a good idea
  • Views on the location for the trim trail were fairly evenly split with 24 preferring it to be near the childrens play area and 22, in another part of the playing field
  • A couple of responses preferring gaps between equipment to encourage walking

35 people preferred the trim trail to consist of pieces of gym equipment rather than wooden poles

The full survey report can be read here. RESULTS OF THE ADULT TRIM TRAIL SURVEY 2017