Forward survey 2014
WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT FORWARD?
Tell us and win tickets to some great events…
Your views are important to Birmingham City Council. We want to be certain that Forward is bringing you the latest news about our services, activities and events.
Readers who fill in the survey below will be entered into a prize draw to win tickets to one of the below events:
Two tickets for Birmingham Royal Ballet's Darkness and Light triple bill at the Birmingham Hippodrome.
Tickets are valid for any of the performances from Wednesday 4 to Saturday 7 June.
One of four pairs to Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra at Symphony Hall on Tuesday 24 June.
All winners’ tickets will be made available to collect from the Symphony Hall box office on the day of the show.
A pair of tickets to see Riverdance at the NIA on Tuesday 23 September at 8pm.
Come and celebrate 20 years of this dancing phenomenon in a s how that’s not to be missed!
- We Asked
- Your opinions on Forward, the council publication.
- You said
- It’s positive news that 91 per cent of those who responded to the survey expressed satisfaction – with 90 per cent feeling more informed about council activities as a result of reading Forward. Plus 79 per cent said they always read Forward, with only four per cent saying they rarely read it, and just one per cent never reading the publication. Whilst 23 per cent felt the frequency of Forward was not enough, two-thirds, at 67 per cent, felt the frequency was about right at four times a year.
- We did
- We’ve been working hard to make Forward a publication that residents continue to be interested in reading and we are now placing an emphasis on including shorter, ‘snappier’, proactive articles so that readers are given even more practical advice and ‘know-how’ information – as well as a general overview of what the council has been doing. We want to further increase the number of residents who feel informed about the wide-range of activities the council has to offer and we are looking at ways to encourage more people to always read Forward.