We would like to ask you a few questions about the Forest of Dean, and its built, natural and cultural heritage.
This survey is being carried out for the Foresters' Forest Heritage Lottery Funded Landscape Partnership Programme by the Countryside and Community Research Institute at the University of Gloucestershire.
The survey should take around 10 minutes and on completion you will have the opportunity to enter our FREE Prize Draw!
Prizes to win:
- Forest of Dean Forestry Commission Discovery Pass for a year
- Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust Family Membership for a year (up to four children and two adults at the same address)
- Summer evening experience in June spotting nightjars in the Forest of Dean with the RSPB
- A family visit to Dean Heritage Centre (2 Adults and 2 Children)
- Tree Top Adventure for two at Go Ape in the Forest of Dean
- A place on the Forest Feast supper club at Harts Barn Cookery School on Friday 27 April
- A family ticket for Perrygrove Railway family (2 Adults and 2 Children)
- Champagne Afternoon Tea for two at the Tudor Farmhouse Hotel
- £30 worth of Hillside Brewery vouchers
- A family ticket for Puzzlewood (2 Adults and 2 Children)
- A family visit to Hopewell Colliery (2 Adults and 2 Children)
- A copy of Harry Beddington’s ‘Forest Humour’ book
Your consent to participate in the survey:
This survey is being carried out by the University of Gloucestershire under contract from the Forestry Commission who are administering the Foresters' Forest Heritage Lottery Funded Landscape Partnership Programme.
The University of Gloucestershire is the Data Controller under the Data Protection Act (1998).
The data collected will be used for the purposes of monitoring and evaluating the progress of the Foresters' Forest programme towards its objectives and for the purpose of reporting outcomes of the programme to the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The data will be retained for as long as is required for this purpose.
The data you provide may include data which you may consider sensitive, including; age, sex, employment, disability, location.
Data will be stored in a database on the University of Gloucestershire's secure computer network and will only be available in its original form to the research team.
Data that we collect is anonymised and data will not be reported at an individual level.