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The Results Are In! ON DISPLAY NOW.

by | Aug 30, 2022 | CCRG, Front Page, News, The Coddenham Centre, The Gardemau Charities

Parish Survey

Thank you everyone who contributed to this year’s Parish Survey.

There was an excellent return and with the helpful analytic support from Parish Councillor Nick Mills, representatives of the Parish’s voluntary, charitable and statutory bodies have started to discuss the views received.

A summary of results was presented at a public meeting on the 8th September at The Coddenham Centre.

The Survey highlights, thoughts on the next steps, views and questions were discussed by all. A number of option papers and action plans are already underway, in response to the views expressed.

We also announced the number of the winning draw ticket (211) for the £50 Coddenham Community Shop hamper for everyone who returned their survey.

Thank you all who came along and heard how, between us all, we might be shaping the future of Coddenham.

The results will be on display in the Coddenham Centre, the 10th and 11th of September or b6 arrangement.A copy will be made available to every household in the coming weeks.

You can see a copy here. All feed back is welcome, either direct to the organisations involved or the comment box at the foot of this post.

Coddenham Parish Survey 2022

Andrew MacPherson – Chair on behalf of The Coddenham Community Response Group.

The Coddenham Community Response Group is a collaboration between The Coddenham Centre, the Coddenham Community Shop, the Coddenham Country Club, the Day Foundation, the Gardemau Trusts, the Coddenham History Club, St Mary’s Church & Coddenham Parish Council.

The Coddenham Parish Survey is kindly funded by the Day Foundation, with voluntary contributions from all CCRG members.

1 Comment

  1. SIMON POTT

    This is an excellent survey and result for Coddenham; congratulations to all involved with particular thanks to Nick Mills for his expertise and experience in eliciting and producing understandable information which can be used to benefit the future of the village.

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