Consultation over future of Thornham Walks, near Eye
Visitors to a north Suffolk tourist attraction have been invited to put forward their views for future new uses.
Thornham Walks, near Eye, has launched an online survey calling for community feedback on its facilities and to gauge public opinion on whether it could diversify into other areas.
The consultation is part of a joint project with Beyond the Wall, a charity based at the Thornham Walled Garden, to help secure the long-term future of both organisations.
The online questionnaire is open until the end of July.
The site currently provides free access to 12 miles of walks, two cafes and restaurants, an art gallery, retail outlets and office facilities.
Helen Sibley, the countryside officer at Thornham Walks, said: 'We would really appreciate feedback from as many people who have used the Walks as possible; it's essential that we get a clear understanding of what the community like and need from a countryside facility like Thornham.'
The online form can be completed at http://www.thornhams.org/walksconsultation.htm or people can email comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
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