St Mark's New Building Project: Community Survey

Thanks for agreeing to complete this short survey.

St Mark's Church building on Main Road, Shavington, is currently in a state of disrepair so we are looking now to develop the land we own on Crewe Road and build a new Church centre, to include a range of community facilities as well as worship space for the existing congregation. 

We want to hear as much from the community in and around Shavington as possible, so that the new building proposals serve not only the needs of the Church but also the needs of our neighbours. St Mark's wants this project to be for Shavington as much as possible.

If you have any questions or want to know more about the project proposals and discussion so far, please contact the Vicar -- Revd Dr Michael Leyden, who is really happy to answer your questions: rev.michael.leyden@gmail.com

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* 1. What is your age?

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* 2. How often do you use the current St Mark's Church or Hall for any activities?

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* 3. What do you like about the current facilities at St Mark's?

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* 4. What do you think we need to improve about our current facilities at St Mark's?

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* 5. Thinking about the wider community, what amenities would you like to see in Shavington that our new building might also provide and include? (e.g. a cafe)

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* 6. What do you think it is important for a church to have?
Please rank your answers in order of importance, with "1" being most important.

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* 7. If our new building included a cafe alongside the Church centre, how likely are you to become a customer?

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* 8. What facilities do you think a hireable church hall needs in order to best serve the residents of Shavington? Please tick as many boxes as seem relevant to you.

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* 9. How important do you think it is to include outdoor space in our plans?

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* 10. Please let us have any other thoughts about the proposal for a new building, including anything you wouldn't want to happen.

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