The future of the Crunchy Carrot

The Crunchy Carrot on Dunbar High St has been serving the local community for over 18 years. Its managers Jo, Chris and Sarah have come to the stage where they need to step down from it’s day-to-day running, but want the business to continue into the future as a community asset. However, they are keen to support the business through the transition phase.

With this in mind they are keen to explore ideas for maintaining and developing the Crunchy’s services and connections with the local community, including the option of it becoming a community-owned business. We would like to hear your views on how things currently are and how they might best be changed.

Please complete and return this questionnaire by Saturday 24th.

Please note there will also be an informal public gathering to discuss your feedback and ideas which will take place on 24th July 7pm at Bleachingfields where there will be snacks and light refreshments, all welcome!

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* 1. How important is it to you that the Crunchy Carrot remains open? 1=not very important 5=very important

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* 2. What additional services or projects should we develop that would help people in our community?

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* 3. What other community groups/organisations/businesses should we work more closely with in the future?

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* 4. Do you agree that some form of community ownership should be explored?

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* 5. Would you consider supporting a community business through:  

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* 6. Do you have any other ideas/views you think might be helpful?

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* 7. If you would like to hear more about the potential of creating a community business then please leave us your contact details.

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