Thank you very much for taking a moment to fill out this survey.

Trowbridge Museum is planning some major new developments to help secure its future and make it more enjoyable for more people. The Onwards and Upwards project will improve facilities on site, greatly expanding the space into the upper floor of Home Mill, the museum’s current home. This project will include a new pop-up café and shop and renewing the exhibitions and displays. The Museum will also be offering a whole new range of exciting learning and family activities, all whilst ensuring visitors can enjoy seeing historic machinery in action!

As part of the development of this project we’d really like to hear your views and what you think of our plans.

This survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete.

* 1. Have you visited a museum or other heritage attraction (such as a castle, stately home, ancient ruin etc.) in the last 12 months

* 2. Have you heard of Trowbridge Museum?

* 3. Have you or anyone in your household visited Trowbridge Museum before?

* 4. If 'Yes', how would you rate your last visit?

* 5. What did you enjoy most about your last visit?

* 6. What did you enjoy least about your last visit?

* 7. What changes could we make to improve the quality of your visit?

* 8. Do you or any members of your family live in Trowbridge?

* 9. Who are you most likely to go to a visitor attraction or heritage site with?

* 10. How much do you agree or disagree with the following statements about Trowbridge Museum?

  Strongly agree Tend to agree Neither agree or disagree Tend to disagree Strongly disagree
Trowbridge Museum and Home Mill is an important part of Trowbridge’s heritage and identity
It is important that local people and visitors have the opportunity to learn more about the history of Home Mill and weaving
It is important that schools have the opportunity to learn more about the history of Home Mill and it’s role in the past
I would like to know more about the history of Trowbridge Museum / Home Mill
I would like to know more about the history of the people who lived and worked in and around the Mill
It is important that visitors to Trowbridge Museum are offered lots of different ways to find out about its history (for example; displays, guided tours or self guided leaflets)
Trowbridge Museum is very welcoming and warm to all visitors
The location puts me off visiting
There isn’t much to see at the Museum if you have visited before

* 11. What currently stops you from visiting Trowbridge Museum more frequently?

* 12. Would any of the following be of interest to yourself and/or members of your family?

* 13. How else do you feel we could improve Trowbridge Museum for people like yourself?

* 14. If you’d like to be entered into our draw for a £50 cash prize please leave your email address or telephone number:

* 15. Please let us know if you would also like to take part in further surveys or focus groups during the development of our project.

The following section is fully confidential and is used only to give us an idea of who is responding to our survey

* 16. Your age range:

* 17. The first part of your postcode

* 18. Your gender

* 19. How would you describe your employment status?

* 20. Do you consider yourself to have a disability?

* 21. How would you describe your ethnicity?

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