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Honey Bee Swarms

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Thu, 03/14/2019 - 09:00

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Aylesbury Town Matters Issue 52

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Tue, 02/26/2019 - 10:03

Issue 52 of Aylesbury Town Matters is out now and is being delivered to all residents in the Parish of Aylesbury over the next 4 weeks. You can also view and download a copy by clicking on the below button.

This issue covers lots of community news and events, the forthcoming Community events such as Soapbox Derby, Aylesbury on Sea and our full events programme for  2019, the Playschemes at the Jonathan  Page Play Centre, news and updates from the Mayor, updates from the Dementia Action Alliance and the Youth Town Council and lots of Community News.

Aylesbury Town Matters is also available in Audio Format. We have teamed up with Aylesbury Talking Newspaper Association. If you wish to receive the magazine in audio format then please contact Christine at ATNA direct on 01296 428861 or e-mail aylesburytn@yahoo.co.uk who will make the necessary arrangements.

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Make Your Will Month

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Wed, 02/06/2019 - 14:29

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Ticket Order form for Town Mayor’s Charity Dinner & Dance 30 March 2019

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Wed, 02/06/2019 - 12:12
Town Mayor's Charity Dinner & Dance To reserve tickets for the Mayor's Charity Dinner and Dance on 30 March 2019, please complete all of the details below. We look forward to welcoming you to the event.
  • I/we would like to attend the Charity Dinner and would like to reserve tickets at £35 each*Please enter number of tickets required
  • Name* First Last
  • Organisation
  • Email*
  • Phone
  • Menu ChoicesPlease enter the number of starters, main courses and deserts required
  • Starter: Ardennes Farmhouse Pate and Melba toast
  • Starter: Mozzarella, Grilled Peppers with a Mixed Bean Medley
  • Main: Supreme of Chicken stuffed with Chorizo and Mozzarella with a Tomato and Chilli SauceServed with fresh seasonal vegetables & roasted new potatoes with rosemary
  • Main: Wild Mushroom Stroganoff with a Rice TimbaleServed with fresh seasonal vegetables & roasted new potatoes with rosemary
  • Dessert: Individual PavlovaCoffee, Tea and Mints
  • PaymentCan be made by bank transfer to the ‘Mayors Charity Appeal’ Sort code 30-90-38, Account no. 02012874 (ref Charity Dinner and your name) or by cheque (payable to Mayor’s Charity Appeal) or cash.
  • Sue Carpenter, Mayor’s PA, Aylesbury Town Council, Town Hall, 5 Church Street, Aylesbury Bucks, HP20 1JH or by email to s.carpenter@aylesburytowncouncil.gov.uk
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Complementary Therapists wanted

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Wed, 01/30/2019 - 14:20

The Cancer Care and Haematology Unit at Stoke Mandeville is looking for voluntary Complementary Therapists

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Complementary Therapists wanted

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Wed, 01/30/2019 - 14:20

The Cancer Care and Haematology Unit at Stoke Mandeville is looking for voluntary Complementary Therapists

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CPRE England is looking for volunteers

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Wed, 01/30/2019 - 14:17

The Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) is a registered charity founded in 1926 to defend our local countryside and its wildlife.  Each county has an independent charity within the national CPRE organisation, and CPRE Bucks is your local CPRE branch.

Our Buckinghamshire countryside includes Green Belt, the Chilterns Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and precious resources, such as many of the world’s rare chalk streams.  CPRE Bucks takes action to protect the natural beauty of these landscapes for both people and wildlife.  We aim to:

  • promote and enhance the character of the Buckinghamshire countryside
  • promote a more sustainable approach to land use
  • defend the Buckinghamshire countryside from damaging development

Our countryside is under unprecedented threat from the demands of a growing population and economy.  Buckinghamshire in particular is under huge pressure from government projects, such as the Oxford-Cambridge Corridor and HS2.  There is also political upheaval arising from the government’s decision to make Buckinghamshire a Unitary Authority and all the (current) District Councils are in the middle of preparing Local Plans that set out their intentions for house building and industry development over the next 20 years.

CPRE Bucks need volunteers to help us defend the countryside from over building and support the development of sustainable communities. As a volunteer, you could become part of our Creating Sustainable Community campaign, help us apply for grants, raise our profile with the local media or even lend a hand with office admin, help us respond to major planning consultations and monitor planning applications in your area.

For more information about volunteering, contact francesca@CPREbucks.org.uk for an exploratory chat.

 

If you have two hours per week

  • Helping at events we’re always in need of people who can give a few hours at market stalls, local shows and events or those who can use their organisational skills to set up an event.
  • Helping in the office Our branches always love help with filing, mailings, taking meeting minutes, archiving, accounts or letter writing.
  • Developing our presence on social media Retweet us, like our posts, post about our work on Facebook and share our activity with your friends.

One or two days per week

  • Producing publicity Write news releases or organise photo opportunities, create newsletters, websites or campaign materials.
  • Media volunteering Prepare press releases and contact local media to get them to cover an event that the branch is organising.
  • Data analysing Gather and analyse data to help us write a case study around environmental issues.
  • Helping your branch develop a fundraising and recruitment strategy Help fundraising efforts in your local area by using your skills to develop the fundraising potential of your local CPRE group or by helping to recruit new members.
  • Lobbying Chat to councillors, MPs and local authority officers about CPRE’s campaigns.
  • Become a threat detector! If you know about the planning process, you could help assess local planning applications. If you don’t know how, we’d be happy to tell you more.

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CPRE England is looking for volunteers

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Wed, 01/30/2019 - 14:17

The Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) is a registered charity founded in 1926 to defend our local countryside and its wildlife.  Each county has an independent charity within the national CPRE organisation, and CPRE Bucks is your local CPRE branch.

Our Buckinghamshire countryside includes Green Belt, the Chilterns Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and precious resources, such as many of the world’s rare chalk streams.  CPRE Bucks takes action to protect the natural beauty of these landscapes for both people and wildlife.  We aim to:

  • promote and enhance the character of the Buckinghamshire countryside
  • promote a more sustainable approach to land use
  • defend the Buckinghamshire countryside from damaging development

Our countryside is under unprecedented threat from the demands of a growing population and economy.  Buckinghamshire in particular is under huge pressure from government projects, such as the Oxford-Cambridge Corridor and HS2.  There is also political upheaval arising from the government’s decision to make Buckinghamshire a Unitary Authority and all the (current) District Councils are in the middle of preparing Local Plans that set out their intentions for house building and industry development over the next 20 years.

CPRE Bucks need volunteers to help us defend the countryside from over building and support the development of sustainable communities. As a volunteer, you could become part of our Creating Sustainable Community campaign, help us apply for grants, raise our profile with the local media or even lend a hand with office admin, help us respond to major planning consultations and monitor planning applications in your area.

For more information about volunteering, contact francesca@CPREbucks.org.uk for an exploratory chat.

 

If you have two hours per week

  • Helping at events we’re always in need of people who can give a few hours at market stalls, local shows and events or those who can use their organisational skills to set up an event.
  • Helping in the office Our branches always love help with filing, mailings, taking meeting minutes, archiving, accounts or letter writing.
  • Developing our presence on social media Retweet us, like our posts, post about our work on Facebook and share our activity with your friends.

One or two days per week

  • Producing publicity Write news releases or organise photo opportunities, create newsletters, websites or campaign materials.
  • Media volunteering Prepare press releases and contact local media to get them to cover an event that the branch is organising.
  • Data analysing Gather and analyse data to help us write a case study around environmental issues.
  • Helping your branch develop a fundraising and recruitment strategy Help fundraising efforts in your local area by using your skills to develop the fundraising potential of your local CPRE group or by helping to recruit new members.
  • Lobbying Chat to councillors, MPs and local authority officers about CPRE’s campaigns.
  • Become a threat detector! If you know about the planning process, you could help assess local planning applications. If you don’t know how, we’d be happy to tell you more.

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Advanced Works Notice – HS2 Fencing, surveying and vegetation clearance activities in the Aylesbury area

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Wed, 01/16/2019 - 15:58

Fusion, on behalf of HS2, will be starting to undertake the following works in the Aylesbury area this month;

  • Fencing
  • Non-Intrusive Surveying (Ecology and Utilities)
  • Vegetation clearance

These activities will be taking place along the line of the HS2 route in the area indicated on the map – this is between the Oxford Rd and the existing Marylebone railway line to the south of  Aylesbury.

Fusion will be sending out a notice to make local residents closest to these activities aware of what they are doing. HS2 Fencing Notices

You may notice some site signage on the highway around points where Fusion will be accessing the land from the road but this work will not involve significant amounts of local traffic. The fencing will not interrupt any of the existing public rights of way in this area.

Resident enquiries should be directed to the HS2 24/7 enquiry line as below;

Email: HS2enquiries@hs2.org.uk

Freephone: 08081 434 434

Minicom: 08081 456 472

 

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Advanced Works Notice – HS2 Fencing, surveying and vegetation clearance activities in the Aylesbury area

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Wed, 01/16/2019 - 15:58

Fusion, on behalf of HS2, will be starting to undertake the following works in the Aylesbury area this month;

  • Fencing
  • Non-Intrusive Surveying (Ecology and Utilities)
  • Vegetation clearance

These activities will be taking place along the line of the HS2 route in the area indicated on the map – this is between the Oxford Rd and the existing Marylebone railway line to the south of  Aylesbury.

Fusion will be sending out a notice to make local residents closest to these activities aware of what they are doing. HS2 Fencing Notices

You may notice some site signage on the highway around points where Fusion will be accessing the land from the road but this work will not involve significant amounts of local traffic. The fencing will not interrupt any of the existing public rights of way in this area.

Resident enquiries should be directed to the HS2 24/7 enquiry line as below;

Email: HS2enquiries@hs2.org.uk

Freephone: 08081 434 434

Minicom: 08081 456 472

 

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Open Mic Competition 2019

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Mon, 01/07/2019 - 17:39

Would you like to perform at Live in the Park, 2019??  Are you a talented performer needing a break to hit the local music scene, or are you established and just love playing to a huge audience?  Then this could be the competition for you.

Open Mic Competitions are being held at Dukes Aylesbury, to find acts to perform on the Main and Second Stages on Saturday 24 August at Live in the Park.

We are actively welcoming all genres, music styles and ages – you just need to be able to provide 30 mins of material which combines original and cover songs, which will be suitable for this large outdoor, family, music festival.  So weather you play traditional folk songs, sing R’n’B, create dance music, write your own raps or anything and everything in between, we’d love to hear from you.

Last year over 12,500 people came to Live in the Park – so it really is a fantastic opportunity, to get your name on the local music scene.

The Open Mic Competitions are open to all local performers, who haven’t performed at Live in the Park since 2013 and live within a 25mile radius of the town.

There will be 2 separate Open Mic Competitions to find an acoustic act for the Second Stage (Thursday 14 March) a band to perform on the Main Stage (Thursday 21 March).

Applications must be received by 12 noon on Friday 22 February, to be considered.

Click here for Application Form along with T&C’s.

Alternatively, if you give us a call we’ll post or email the forms to you.  01296 425678

Click here to see a video from Live in the Park 2018

Visit our Facebook page for lots of pictures from previous events

With thanks to Dukes Aylesbury for being our event partner.

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Open Mic Competition 2019

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Mon, 01/07/2019 - 17:39

Would you like to perform at Live in the Park, 2019??  Are you a talented performer needing a break to hit the local music scene, or are you established and just love playing to a huge audience?  Then this could be the competition for you.

Open Mic Competitions are being held at Dukes Aylesbury, to find acts to perform on the Main and Second Stages on Saturday 24 August at Live in the Park.

We are actively welcoming all genres, music styles and ages – you just need to be able to provide 30 mins of material which combines original and cover songs, which will be suitable for this large outdoor, family, music festival.  So weather you play traditional folk songs, sing R’n’B, create dance music, write your own raps or anything and everything in between, we’d love to hear from you.

Last year over 12,500 people came to Live in the Park – so it really is a fantastic opportunity, to get your name on the local music scene.

The Open Mic Competitions are open to all local performers, who haven’t performed at Live in the Park since 2013 and live within a 25mile radius of the town.

There will be 2 separate Open Mic Competitions to find an acoustic act for the Second Stage (Thursday 14 March) a band to perform on the Main Stage (Thursday 21 March).

Applications must be received by 12 noon on Friday 22 February, to be considered.

Click here for Application Form along with T&C’s.

Alternatively, if you give us a call we’ll post or email the forms to you.  01296 425678

Click here to see a video from Live in the Park 2018

Visit our Facebook page for lots of pictures from previous events

With thanks to Dukes Aylesbury for being our event partner.

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“Outstanding” Result for Jonathan Page Play Centre

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Thu, 01/03/2019 - 12:38

The staff, parents and children at the Jonathan Page Play Centre and Aylesbury Town Council are starting 2019 off with a big celebration.

At its recent Ofsted inspection on 12 December the centre achieved an “Outstanding” rating for the Quality and standards of the Early Years Provision.

The play centre which offers an After School Club and Holiday Playscheme was rated outstanding in all three categories: effectiveness of leadership and management; quality of teaching, learning and assessment; personal development, behaviour and welfare. This result has taken place since Aylesbury Town Council took over the management of the centre in August 2016. The management and team have since worked tirelessly to make changes to ensure the longevity of the centre and compliance with the Early Years Statutory Framework.

Cllr Allison Harrison, Leader of the Council and Chairman of the Direct Services Committee said: “The journey over the last two years has often been a challenging one but I am very proud of the team and children in their care. The team are striving to be the best we can be and to receive this recognition from Ofsted at our first inspection since we took over the management of the centre, is fantastic news.”

Ofsted praised in particular the highly effective partnerships with staff at schools and nurseries which children also attend  and the very detailed understanding of each child’s skills and progress, which the staff build upon to meet the children’s individual needs at the centre. The children show exceptional levels of enthusiasm for attending the centre and can’t wait to tell visitors all about it and why they like it so much.

Ofsted inspection Report 2018

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“Outstanding” Result for Jonathan Page Play Centre

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Thu, 01/03/2019 - 12:38

The staff, parents and children at the Jonathan Page Play Centre and Aylesbury Town Council are starting 2019 off with a big celebration.

At its recent Ofsted inspection on 12 December the centre achieved an “Outstanding” rating for the Quality and standards of the Early Years Provision.

The play centre which offers an After School Club and Holiday Playscheme was rated outstanding in all three categories: effectiveness of leadership and management; quality of teaching, learning and assessment; personal development, behaviour and welfare. This result has taken place since Aylesbury Town Council took over the management of the centre in August 2016. The management and team have since worked tirelessly to make changes to ensure the longevity of the centre and compliance with the Early Years Statutory Framework.

Cllr Allison Harrison, Leader of the Council and Chairman of the Direct Services Committee said: “The journey over the last two years has often been a challenging one but I am very proud of the team and children in their care. The team are striving to be the best we can be and to receive this recognition from Ofsted at our first inspection since we took over the management of the centre, is fantastic news.”

Ofsted praised in particular the highly effective partnerships with staff at schools and nurseries which children also attend  and the very detailed understanding of each child’s skills and progress, which the staff build upon to meet the children’s individual needs at the centre. The children show exceptional levels of enthusiasm for attending the centre and can’t wait to tell visitors all about it and why they like it so much.

Ofsted inspection Report 2018

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Festive Family Fun 2018 – Survey

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Fri, 12/07/2018 - 09:00

We sincerely hope that you enjoyed this year’s Festive Family Fun. To help us plan next year’s event we work on feedback from this year’s event – please do take a moment to complete the short survey to let us know your views by completing the below form – many thanks ATC

This survey will close at noon on Friday 14 December 2018

Festive Family Fun Survey - 2018 Post Event Survey for Festive Family Fun 2018
  • Overall, how would you rate the event?
    • Excellent
    • Very good
    • Fairly good
    • Mildly good
    • Not good at all
  • How friendly / helpful were the staff and volunteers?
    • Extremely
    • Very
    • Moderately
    • Slightly
    • Not at all
  • How long did you stay at the event?
    • less than 1 hour
    • 1-2 hours
    • 2-3 hours
    • 3-4 hours
    • 4+ hours
  • If you brought children, please state their ages. Or None
  • What activities did you take part in / or watch
    • Fun Fair Rides
    • Barrel Organ
    • Glass Carriage
    • Roast Chestnuts
    • Simon Says Magic
    • Lashaya Byfield - singing
    • School Choir - singing
    • Queens Park Panto Dancers
    • Cheeky Penguins
    • Tap Dancing Turkeys
    • Giant snowman
    • Photo-booth
    • Rollerball Reindeer
    • Reindeer Rodeo
    • Queens Park Panto Treasure Hunt
    • Queens Park Crafts
    • Giant art sculpture
    • Balloon Modelling
    • Face painting
    • Glitter Tattoos
    • Xmas Tree Hoopla
    • Mini Capapult
    • Candy cane pick-up
    • Charity tombola
  • Of these, which was your favourite thing to do?
  • Of these, which was your favourite thing to watch?
  • Have you attended previous Festive Family Fun events?
    • Yes
    • No
  • Did you take part in the competition to win a ride in the carriage?
    • Yes
    • No
    This took place in Hale Leys shopping centre 12/11 till 5/12
  • What was your primary reason for coming into town?
    • To attend the event
    • To go shopping
    • To visit restaurant / bars
  • Which of these other Aylesbury Town Council events have you attended in the past 12 months?
    • St George's Celebration
    • Freedom Parade
    • Soapbox Derby on Father's Day
    • Aylesbury on Sea
    • Live in the Park
    • Proms in the Park
    • Tudor Fayre
  • Did you attend this year's Carolfest? - (same evening)
    • Yes
    • No
  • How did you hear about the event?
    • Social Media
    • Mix96
    • Bucks Herald
    • Poster / Board / Banner
    • Web listing site
    • Friend / Family
    • Aylesbury Town Matters Magazine
    • BuDS
    • Passing by
    • Other
  • Are you from the Aylesbury area? (approximately)
    • Within 2 miles of Aylesbury
    • 2 - 5 miles from Aylesbury
    • 5 - 10 miles from Aylesbury
    • 10+ miles form Aylesbury
  • • How likely are you to come to next year’s Festive Family Fun event?
    • Extremely
    • Very
    • Moderately
    • Slightly
    • Not at all
  • Please add any further comments or suggestions you may have
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Festive Family Fun 2018 – Survey

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Fri, 12/07/2018 - 09:00

We sincerely hope that you enjoyed this year’s Festive Family Fun. To help us plan next year’s event we work on feedback from this year’s event – please do take a moment to complete the short survey to let us know your views by completing the below form – many thanks ATC

This survey will close at noon on Friday 14 December 2018

Festive Family Fun Survey - 2018 Post Event Survey for Festive Family Fun 2018
  • Overall, how would you rate the event?
    • Excellent
    • Very good
    • Fairly good
    • Mildly good
    • Not good at all
  • How friendly / helpful were the staff and volunteers?
    • Extremely
    • Very
    • Moderately
    • Slightly
    • Not at all
  • How long did you stay at the event?
    • less than 1 hour
    • 1-2 hours
    • 2-3 hours
    • 3-4 hours
    • 4+ hours
  • If you brought children, please state their ages. Or None
  • What activities did you take part in / or watch
    • Fun Fair Rides
    • Barrel Organ
    • Glass Carriage
    • Roast Chestnuts
    • Simon Says Magic
    • Lashaya Byfield - singing
    • School Choir - singing
    • Queens Park Panto Dancers
    • Cheeky Penguins
    • Tap Dancing Turkeys
    • Giant snowman
    • Photo-booth
    • Rollerball Reindeer
    • Reindeer Rodeo
    • Queens Park Panto Treasure Hunt
    • Queens Park Crafts
    • Giant art sculpture
    • Balloon Modelling
    • Face painting
    • Glitter Tattoos
    • Xmas Tree Hoopla
    • Mini Capapult
    • Candy cane pick-up
    • Charity tombola
  • Of these, which was your favourite thing to do?
  • Of these, which was your favourite thing to watch?
  • Have you attended previous Festive Family Fun events?
    • Yes
    • No
  • Did you take part in the competition to win a ride in the carriage?
    • Yes
    • No
    This took place in Hale Leys shopping centre 12/11 till 5/12
  • What was your primary reason for coming into town?
    • To attend the event
    • To go shopping
    • To visit restaurant / bars
  • Which of these other Aylesbury Town Council events have you attended in the past 12 months?
    • St George's Celebration
    • Freedom Parade
    • Soapbox Derby on Father's Day
    • Aylesbury on Sea
    • Live in the Park
    • Proms in the Park
    • Tudor Fayre
  • Did you attend this year's Carolfest? - (same evening)
    • Yes
    • No
  • How did you hear about the event?
    • Social Media
    • Mix96
    • Bucks Herald
    • Poster / Board / Banner
    • Web listing site
    • Friend / Family
    • Aylesbury Town Matters Magazine
    • BuDS
    • Passing by
    • Other
  • Are you from the Aylesbury area? (approximately)
    • Within 2 miles of Aylesbury
    • 2 - 5 miles from Aylesbury
    • 5 - 10 miles from Aylesbury
    • 10+ miles form Aylesbury
  • • How likely are you to come to next year’s Festive Family Fun event?
    • Extremely
    • Very
    • Moderately
    • Slightly
    • Not at all
  • Please add any further comments or suggestions you may have
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Many thanks for taking the time to complete our survey

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Carolfest 2018 – Survey

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Fri, 12/07/2018 - 09:00

We sincerely hope that you enjoyed this year’s carolfest. To help us plan next year’s event we work on feedback from this year’s event – please do take a moment to complete the short survey to let us know your views by completing the below form – many thanks ATC

This survey will close at noon on Friday 14 December 2018

Carolfest 2018 Survey Post Event Survey for Carolfest 2018
  • Overall, how would you rate the event?
    • Excellent
    • Very good
    • Fairly good
    • Mildly good
    • Not good at all
  • How friendly / helpful were the staff and volunteers?
    • Extremely
    • Very
    • Moderately
    • Slightly
    • Not at all
  • If you brought children, please state their ages. Or NONE
  • Did you have a hot drink or something to eat?
    • Yes
    • No
  • have you attended previous Carolfest events?
    • Yes
    • No
  • Are there any other carols that you would like to sing, that aren't in the current programme?
  • Which of these other Aylesbury Town Council events have you attended in the past 12 months?
    • St George's Celebration
    • Soapbox Derby on Father's Day
    • Aylesbury on Sea
    • Live in the Park
    • Proms in the Park
    • Tudor Fayre
    • Walking Play
    • Festive Family Fun
  • How did you hear about the event / rescheduled date?
    • Social Media
    • Mix96
    • Bucks Herald
    • Poster / Board / Banner
    • Web listing site
    • Friend / Family
    • Aylesbury Town Matters Magazine
    • Other
  • Are you from the Aylesbury area? (approximately)
    • Within 2 miles of Aylesbury
    • 2 - 5 miles from Aylesbury
    • 5 - 10 miles from Aylesbury
    • 10+ miles form Aylesbury
  • • How likely are you to come to next year’s Carolfest?
    • Extremely
    • Very
    • Moderately
    • Slightly
    • Not at all
  • Please add any further comments or suggestions you may have
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Carolfest 2018 – Survey

Aylesbury Town Council News Feed - Fri, 12/07/2018 - 09:00

We sincerely hope that you enjoyed this year’s carolfest. To help us plan next year’s event we work on feedback from this year’s event – please do take a moment to complete the short survey to let us know your views by completing the below form – many thanks ATC

This survey will close at noon on Friday 14 December 2018

Carolfest 2018 Survey Post Event Survey for Carolfest 2018
  • Overall, how would you rate the event?
    • Excellent
    • Very good
    • Fairly good
    • Mildly good
    • Not good at all
  • How friendly / helpful were the staff and volunteers?
    • Extremely
    • Very
    • Moderately
    • Slightly
    • Not at all
  • If you brought children, please state their ages. Or NONE
  • Did you have a hot drink or something to eat?
    • Yes
    • No
  • have you attended previous Carolfest events?
    • Yes
    • No
  • Are there any other carols that you would like to sing, that aren't in the current programme?
  • Which of these other Aylesbury Town Council events have you attended in the past 12 months?
    • St George's Celebration
    • Soapbox Derby on Father's Day
    • Aylesbury on Sea
    • Live in the Park
    • Proms in the Park
    • Tudor Fayre
    • Walking Play
    • Festive Family Fun
  • How did you hear about the event / rescheduled date?
    • Social Media
    • Mix96
    • Bucks Herald
    • Poster / Board / Banner
    • Web listing site
    • Friend / Family
    • Aylesbury Town Matters Magazine
    • Other
  • Are you from the Aylesbury area? (approximately)
    • Within 2 miles of Aylesbury
    • 2 - 5 miles from Aylesbury
    • 5 - 10 miles from Aylesbury
    • 10+ miles form Aylesbury
  • • How likely are you to come to next year’s Carolfest?
    • Extremely
    • Very
    • Moderately
    • Slightly
    • Not at all
  • Please add any further comments or suggestions you may have
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