Share your views with us for a chance to win £50 worth of vouchers of your choice!

At Greening Wingrove we’re keen to know what residents living in Wingrove think about whether they think a difference is being made in the area.

The way we have done this is by creating a survey called the Wingrove Barometer, which is open to all members of the Wingrove Ward.  The Workers’ Educational Assocation and Newcastle University have partnered up to measure the outcomes of the W.E.A. Greening Wingrove Project, as set out by the Big Lottery Fund.  We hope to gather at least 200 individual residents to complete surveys that will give us meaningful data of analysis, and more importantly to help the project move forward.

The Wingrove Barometer is the communities opportunity to express how they feel about their community, the project and what they would like to see achieved and/or changed.  The survey is an important measure of how well things are progressing in the community as a result of the W.E.A. Greening Wingrove Project’s work.

The results of the Barometer will be collated and where there is the most need, the project team will try and address wishes and expectations within the community.  All Barometer results will be shared with participants and will be published on the Greening Wingrove website.

WE’D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!

gift_voucher_graphicBy completing the Barometer, we will enter you into a FREE prize draw where you’ll have a chance to win £50 worth of vouchers of your choice!

NEXT STEP?

The Barometer is available to complete online HERE, downloadable as a file and complete in paper form (download HERE), or if you would like us to email a copy or send one in the post then please get in touch with us by calling 0191 2126100 or emailing hello@greeningwingrove.org.uk

Once the paper form is completed, please post to:

Greening Wingrove Project

Workers’ Educational Association

21 Portland Terrace

Newcastle upon Tyne

NE2 1QQ

 

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FOR YOUR COOPERATION AND TAKING THE TIME TO FEEDBACK TO US