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What does the Jersey Eisteddfod mean to you?

What does the Jersey Eisteddfod mean to you?

Thursday 11 November 2021

What does the Jersey Eisteddfod mean to you?


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Dear friends and colleagues of the Jersey Eisteddfod,

As part of our plans to keep the Eisteddfod relevant, engaging and sustainable for many years to come, we are undertaking some research and we want your help.

It is really important that all areas of our colourful organisation are represented and so we are asking you, our fantastic community of participants and supporters past and present, for your valuable input right now.

The following survey will take on average between 15-30 minutes and not all questions are mandatory, but the more you can share with us the better! The deadline for submissions is Wednesday 17th November.

The findings of this survey will be used to shape our communications for the future. All data will be used exclusively by the Jersey Eisteddfod for our marketing and sponsorship communications. We will not identify any individuals without prior permission.

This is an exciting time; a new era brings new opportunities for us to grow as an organisation, developing and showcasing local talent and our offering for our local community. This survey is your chance to contribute to this.

Link to the survey: https://forms.gle/o2Wgj4Fx31Eh3F2F7

Please ensure that you press SUBMIT at the end of the form.

If you have any questions at all, please contact hello@SummerHolley.com

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