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Segedunum Roman Fort & Museum in Wallsend is part of the Hadrian’s Wall UNESCO World Heritage Site and tells an important story about life along the Roman frontier.

Segedunum, which means ‘Strong Fort’, was built to guard the eastern end of Hadrian’s Wall, and was home to 600 Roman soldiers. It stood for almost 300 years as a symbol of Roman rule and defence against barbarian attack.

Over the next three years, we’re planning to improve Segedunum to make it an even better place to visit and an attraction that people from Wallsend and North Tyneside are proud of. We’d like your help in shaping these plans.

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* 1. Have you visited Segedunum before?

If you answered no to Question 1, please skip to Question 7.

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* 2. If you have visited Segedunum before, what did you enjoy most about your visit?

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* 3. Did you know that Segedunum Roman Fort is part of the Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage site?

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* 4. How would you rate Segedunum Roman Fort as a place to visit?

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* 5. Could you say a little more about your rating?

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* 6. Is there anything you would like to see improved or added at Segedunum?

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* 7. If you have not visited before, could you tell us why?

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* 8. What is important to you when deciding where to visit in your leisure time? (Rank from 1 most important to 5 least important)

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Good facilities (toilets / cafe / parking etc)
Pleasant outdoor spaces to explore, relax, exercise
Being interested in the subject / experience on offer - eg Roman  history
Value for money
Special events and activities

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* 9. Which of the following describe what motivates you when planning places to visit? Please tick all that apply:

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* 10. Which of the following would you find most interesting? (Rank from 1 most important to 5 least important)

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What Wallsend was like in Roman times, why was Hadrian's Wall built and how big was it, what did the Romans do
What life was like for the soldiers and local people in Roman times
Events and demonstrations with people in Roman costumes and using Roman-style equipment and tools
What life was like in Wallsend after the Romans - the shipyards and industry

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* 11. Thinking about the following ideas, which of them would make you most interested in visiting Segedunum? (Rank from 1 most interested to 5 least interested)

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Being able to go into the Roman bathhouse and see what the rooms were like and how it worked
A new digital experience in the viewing tower where you can see all around you what would have been at Segedunum in Roman times
New displays telling the story of soldiers and local people and what the Romans did for us
Events and demonstrations with people in Roman costumes and using Roman-style equipment and tools
Picnic area, play area and gardens with river views, cafe with outdoor seating

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* 12. What does Segedunum Roman Fort and Wallsend's Roman heritage mean to you?

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* 13. Which of the following options best describes how you think of your gender identity? (Tick one only)

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* 15. If you have children in your household, how old are they?

  Yes No Prefer not to say
Under 5s
5-10 year olds
11-16 year olds
17 or older

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* 16. What is your full postcode? This information will only be used for research.

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* 17. What is your ethnic group? (Tick one only)

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* 18. Are your day-to-day activities limited because of a health problem or disability which has lasted, or is expected to last, at least 12 months? (Tick one only)

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