The Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire is reviewing their delivery of the Heritage Service for Lincolnshire, and undertake scoping work examining future options for sustainability for the service. The review will highlight the achievements that have been made during the last 5 years as a result of the delivery of this service, the development of the Trust during this time, and how the activities of the Trust have contributed to key Lincolnshire County Council and partner objectives during this period.
A key part of this review is to capture the views of people who enjoy heritage sites, projects and courses that the service has been part of, and the Trust would be most grateful if you could spare 5 minutes to fill out this survey
The survey is designed to capture your experiences of these heritage services and of the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire, and will help to shape how the Trust delivers heritage services in the future. Your experiences and thoughts will help influence how the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire delivers the service in the future, and all who respond to the survey can choose to enter a prize draw for a year’s free membership of the Friends of Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire.
The deadline for the Survey is Wednesday 2nd October 2013.
Please note that all individual responses are treated in complete confidence, all views remain anonymous. All and any results of the survey will only be released in aggregated form so that no individuals can be identified.
Your time in responding to this survey is very much appreciated. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact Jonathan Durnin (Director at DC Research who are managing the review) on 0116 259 2390, 07501 725115 or via firstname.lastname@example.org .
To read more about the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire visit their website here