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    For my dissertation I'm looking at Abergavenny Food Festival and its links to local economy and culture. If anyone has been over the last few years, could you please please please answer my questionnaire. I'd be ever so grateful and am willing to answer other people's in return!

    Where are you from?


    Have you been to the food festival before?
    Yes No

    If so, how many times?

    What were your motivations for attending today?

    Would you consider visiting again in the future?
    Yes No

    Do you see this as an opportunity to try new things?
    Yes No

    Is your aim to try local produce?
    Yes No

    Has coming to the food festival increased your awareness of the local produce on offer?
    Yes No

    Has this encouraged you to buy more local produce?
    Yes No

    Do you think the festival benefits the local area?
    Yes No

    Why?

    Approximately how much money have you spent:
    a.) At the festival? £0-20 £21-40 £41-60 £60+
    b.) At other local businesses? £0-20 £21-40 £41-60 £60+

    What do you believe the food festival adds to the local economy?

    How, if at all, do you think the festival links to Abergavenny's local culture?

    Do you think this promotes Abergavenny as a must visit destination?
    Definitely A little Not at all

    Would you have considered visiting Abergavenny if it wasn’t for the food festival?
    Yes No

    How would you rate the following aspects of your experience on a scale of 1-5 (where 1=very bad and 5=very good)
    Overall experience?
    General atmosphere?
    Variety of stalls?
    Variety of produce?
    Quality of produce?

    Thank you x
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    (Original post by nadinelia11)
    For my dissertation I'm looking at Abergavenny Food Festival and its links to local economy and culture. If anyone has been over the last few years, could you please please please answer my questionnaire. I'd be ever so grateful and am willing to answer other people's in return!

    Where are you from?


    Have you been to the food festival before?
    Yes No

    If so, how many times?

    What were your motivations for attending today?

    Would you consider visiting again in the future?
    Yes No

    Do you see this as an opportunity to try new things?
    Yes No

    Is your aim to try local produce?
    Yes No

    Has coming to the food festival increased your awareness of the local produce on offer?
    Yes No

    Has this encouraged you to buy more local produce?
    Yes No

    Do you think the festival benefits the local area?
    Yes No

    Why?

    Approximately how much money have you spent:
    a.) At the festival? £0-20 £21-40 £41-60 £60+
    b.) At other local businesses? £0-20 £21-40 £41-60 £60+

    What do you believe the food festival adds to the local economy?

    How, if at all, do you think the festival links to Abergavenny's local culture?

    Do you think this promotes Abergavenny as a must visit destination?
    Definitely A little Not at all

    Would you have considered visiting Abergavenny if it wasn’t for the food festival?
    Yes No

    How would you rate the following aspects of your experience on a scale of 1-5 (where 1=very bad and 5=very good)
    Overall experience?
    General atmosphere?
    Variety of stalls?
    Variety of produce?
    Quality of produce?

    Thank you x
    I'm sure you're aware already, but you're asking an international forum about a regional event. You'd probably be able to find more responses elsewhere.
 
 
 
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