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Turnpike Field Survey

So far this week we have had over 120 responses- that's a great start but there are still a lot more people to respond!

The survey will be accessible until March 31st so that the results can be collated in time for the next Working Group meeting on April 15th.

Please access the survey and express your opinion on how best to use the field- it only takes 2 minutes to complete!!Also a reminder to anyone who attended the Open Meeting on February 28th- please still complete the online survey so that we have a formal record of all community opinions.

To access the survey Click Here: http://tfra.audlem.org/p/surveys.html

Please encourage anyone you know to complete the survey. If you know someone who is not easily able to access AudlemOnline, please take the time to help them complete a response via your own phone, tablet, laptop etc.

Many thanks, on behalf of Audlem, for your participation!

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