Friends of Manor Farm Park is a local voluntary and community sector membership based group that works closely with Birmingham City Council to improve the amenities and activities within Manor Farm Park.Friends of Manor Farm Park is a local voluntary and community sector membership based group that works closely with Birmingham City Council to improve the amenities and activities within Manor Farm Park. We are located just off Bristol Road, opposite the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital - a map of where we are located can be found here:
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Manor+Farm+Park/@52.4239587,-1.9684272,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x4870be0e84d9a8d7:0x3f4b1e177aefd477!8m2!3d52.4239554!4d-1.9596671

Further details about our group can be found here: http://www.friendsofmanorfarmpark.org.uk/

Over the last few months we have been exploring the option of setting up a café and a community facility/ hub/ space near to the park entrance that would lead to improved social outcomes for local people. We are currently working with an external consultant to develop a business plan which will then be used for decision-making and to apply for funding and finance to develop the park and its facilities. As part of this we are undertaking some detailed market research to inform the business plan and establish the feasibility and viability of investing in new community facilities and services.

We would be grateful if you could kindly spend a few minutes completing this survey by the end of August 2019.

By providing your contact details you will be giving us permission to  contact you again if we need to discuss the project further.  

Many thanks for your help.

Kind regards

Management Committee
Friends of Manor Farm Park

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* 1. Contact details

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* 2. What sector do you work in?

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* 3. Do you work with people with any of the following conditions?

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* 4. Would you be interested in using a community facility, cafe and/ or park activities so that the people that you work with gain training, education and/ or work experience?

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* 5. What outcomes would you like to see as a result of a community centre/ hub?

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* 6. What kinds of activities would you be interested in?

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* 7. One option is to develop a community garden with the purpose of supporting positive health and well-being. This would encourage people to learn new things, produce and eat healthy food, get physically active, get involved in the community and meet new people in a friendly, informal and safe environment. Would you be interested in this?

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* 8. If we were to make a small charge to use the community facilities or attend community activities, how would you prefer to pay?

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* 9. Would you be interested in using any of the following?

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