Community Action Norfolk are working with the National Trust to help increase the number of people benefiting from being outdoors. We are interested in finding out about the activities people do around rivers, lakes and streams. In particular the area of the Upper Bure river (the area between Aylsham, Felbrigg and Melton Constable). 

As part of this we want to understand the types of activities people already do, what they might like to try, any barriers to them getting involved, what they know about rivers and their attitude to the environment in general.

The survey will take around 10 minutes to complete.
We are really grateful for your time. Your answers will help us improve the opportunities on offer in our local area. 

The information you provide will be used by Community Action Norfolk to compile a report for the National Trust. All data is processed anonymously and at no point will any individual be identifiable. CAN is processing this data on behalf of the National Trust. By submitting your answers you acknowledge that you have read this information and agree to participate in this survey. 

If you’re interested in hearing more about the project or getting involved, please email bureriverlands@nationaltrust.org.uk

If you have any questions about this survey please contact Community Action Norfolk, office@communityactionnorfolk.org.uk 01362 698216. 

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* 1. How often do you visit rivers, lakes or streams near your home?

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* 2. Which of the following are reasons why you have visited rivers, lakes or streams? (At any time in the past - tick all that apply)

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* 3. How important are rivers, lakes and streams to your enjoyment of outdoor spaces?

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* 4. How many times a week on average do you take part in outdoor activities of any type? Answers must be a whole number. If on average you feel you take part in outdoor activities less than once a week put 0.

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The Upper Bure Area - The area outlined in black on the map below is the Upper Bure river area.

The Upper Bure Area - The area outlined in black on the map below is the Upper Bure river area.

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* 5. Have you spent time outdoors in the area outlined in black on the map above in the past 12 months?

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