Club Survey


Now that a good number of members have had a few weeks to visit and/or shoot at the new site, we would like to collect your feedback and ideas for the future development of the club. These can be anything at all, however large or small, such as shooting arrangements, equipment, events, coaching. It's early days and we are still working through a few teething problems that the move has raised. We are all adjusting and some arrangements are still evolving and changing as we try things out or meet challenges. It's important that all club members have the opportunity to contribute and work together to raise and discuss ideas and reach solutions that suit our club and its members.

Therefore, please find below links to an online survey we have set up to enable all members, whatever their membership group, to comment on the club and make suggestions for its further development and success for everyone. The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete and will close on 30th October. For technical reasons only, the survey link has been split based on surname initial but all responses are anonymous. The more responses we receive, the better view we will have of what people want from, and for, the club so please spare a few minutes to have your say.

For surnames from A-M:

https://tinyurl.com/survey2018-A-M

For surnames from N-Z:

https://tinyurl.com/survey2018-N-Z

Please ensure you select the correct link for you.

Many thanks.

Kind regards,

The Committee


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