Chandos Road Festival 2017 Feedback Questionnaire
We’d love to hear what you thought about this year’s Chandos Road Festival. We want to know what you liked and also what we can make better in future festivals. The survey should only take 5 minutes and your responses are completely anonymous.
You can only take the survey once, but you can edit your responses until the survey is closed on 08 Oct 2017.
Chandos Neighbourhood Association & Chandos Traders Association.
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At Chums – leading up to and on the day of the Chandos Road Festival a chance to try 20 real ales and 10 ciders … and … stagger … home … when … the … last … act … finishes.
The Quiz in Chums on Wednesdays is still on (6th and 20th September at 8pm) so do come with a team to win PRIZES. Only £2 per person with teams of up to four.
Join us for the fourth annual Chandos Road Festival on 24th Sepember 2017 from 12:00–18:00. Bags of events including two live music stages, puppet show, face painting and an array of stalls. And of course not to forget the yummy offerings from our many cafés, bars and restaurants. This fun event is open to all and free to enter. We hope to see you there!
After the final measuring on Sunday the prizes can be allocated as follows
3rd. Jake & Celia in Chandos Raod at 2.00m
2nd. Liz & Family in Hampton Road at 2.10m
1st. Suzi in Fernbank Road at 2.14m
The Interim measurement in June was the same people in a different order – 3rd. Suzi 0.84m, 2nd. Liz 1.015m and 1st. Opus 1.29m.
Rosettes and prizes will be distributed soon.
Sunday 18th June saw a flurry of activity from Chandos Neighbourhood Association in Redland Grove as we prepared to mark the nationwide Great Get-Together inspired by the words of Jo Cox: “We have more in common than that which divides us”.
The weather was perfect as a kind neighbour mowed the grass and bunting and balloons went up.
Friends and neighbours gathered and shared picnics and chatted, played games and generally chilled in the shade of a perfect June Sunday. A day to remember!
The Great Chandos Get-Together Picnic, the first of many?