When filling this questionnaire, we would kindly ask you to try to set aside all feelings towards the buildings and be as practical as possible. Thank you

Jedburgh Library, was gifted to the Town Council by Andrew Carnegie in 1898. It is now in the control of Scottish Borders Council. The same applies to the Town Hall, which was paid for by public donations. With the opening of the new school, SBC have decided to close the Library, the Contact Centre and the Town Hall and provide these services from the new campus and dispose of the properties. This survey is designed to find out if this is what local people want.

Contact the Jedburgh Community Council via their Facebook page (@visitjedburgh) for more information.

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* 1. Please give us your comments on the disposal of these buildings:

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* 2. Please tell us if you agree with SBC closing and disposing of these buildings:

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* 3. Do you use Jedburgh Library and Contact Centre and the Town Hall (please tick as many as you wish)?

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* 4. What are the main reasons you use the Library and Contact Centre (tick as many as you wish)?

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* 5. What are the main reasons you use the Town Hall (tick as many as you wish)?

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* 6. How do you currently get to the Library, Contact Centre and Town Hall? Tick all that apply.

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* 7. There will be limited parking at the Campus so, would the relocation of the Library, Contact Centre and Town Hall events to the new Campus affect your use of these services and other facilities in the town centre? If so, why (please tick as many as you wish)?

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* 8. Age group

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* 9. Would you like to be part of a "Friends of Jedburgh" group? If so please give your name and contact details; we will not use them for any other purpose.

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