Helen Griffiths is a qualified Registered General Nurse (R.G.N.) and a Registered Mental Nurse (R.M.N.) who has worked with children with profound learning difficulties. Helen is hoping to set up a small campsite alongside the Macclesfield Canal for people with disabilities as a priority.

"For market research, I need to see if there is any interest in this recreation. Any opinions would really help."
The closing date for this survey is Monday 25th September 2017.

Thank you very much.
Helen Griffiths

* 1. Would you go on a camping weekend with your child, young person or family member with disabilities in the North West of England?

* 2. What would be your number 1 requirement when camping? Any important must haves to be included please

* 3. If there were good changing facilities, would you require a caravan or tent? Would you bring your own tent?

* 4. Would a flat location in an area of natural beauty, with disabled access to a circular route for wheelchair walking, cycling, hand cycling, along a canal side and a converted railway line of 5 miles, 10 miles or 20 miles appeal to you as a leisure activity?

* 5. Would the proximity of a village with restaurants, pubs, shops and an attractive park, also a national trust park, all with disabled access less than ¼ of a mile away be a big factor in your decision to use the campsite?

* 6. If camping didn’t appeal would you obtain a day pass to park, using the changing facilities and cafe on the campsite and use it as a base for your own leisure activities?

* 7. What do you consider are the most important facilities of the campsite, for example toilets?