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Shopping vouchers to be won in annual Bury St Edmunds town centre survey




Shoppers, visitors and residents who give their views about Bury St Edmunds town centre could win £50 shopping vouchers.

The vouchers are up for grabs in a draw linked to an annual survey to find out what people think of the town centre.

The information gathered in the study will be used by the Business Improvement District (BID) to help improve the town centre.

Mark Cordell in Abbeygate Street which has recorded record footfallin Abbeygate Street, Bury St Edmunds..Picture Mark Westley. (9084231)
Mark Cordell in Abbeygate Street which has recorded record footfallin Abbeygate Street, Bury St Edmunds..Picture Mark Westley. (9084231)

The online survey has been commissioned by the BID organisation Our Bury St Edmunds.

Mark Cordell, chief executive, said: “Over the eight years we have run this survey we have seen some recurring themes in the answers that we get and that’s really helpful.

“This annual survey is a key indicator of how the town is performing and any improvements that can be made, either directly by the Our Bury St Edmunds team or by working with partner agencies. Yes, the town has been highlighted recently by a national newspaper as one of the best places to live, but that shouldn’t make us complacent and we still need to know what people think on a day to day basis.”

The research is being carried out by People and Places.

Participants can opt in to a prize draw at the end of the questionnaire, with a chance to win one of three £50 vouchers to spend with a town centre business.

The study is at www.ourburystedmunds.com and will remain open until the end of May.



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