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Causeway Coast Community Survey

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BT Coleraine

We all love our Causeway Coast Community and our greatest desire is to see all areas of this community flourish, grow and develop. We all deeply miss the opportunity to be out and about in this season; to see the sea, walk the hills, drink the coffee, eat the ice cream and everything else that we love about this area.

Whilst at this time we can’t enjoy all of those things currently, one thing we can do is reach out and care for one another at this difficult time. We are all doing that individually in many ways which is incredible, and we also have lots of different agencies, organisations, charities, churches and businesses that are working hard in this season to serve the community.

We have designed a community survey that we would love as many adults in our community to fill out. The survey, led by Causeway Coast Vineyard church, is designed to try and measure how we are doing as a community in the midst of this crisis. It asks questions about how we are doing emotionally, financially, physically and even spiritually. It will take 3-7 minutes to complete and can be done completely anonymously. We would love you to take the time to fill it out if you are from this area and then share it with as many people as you can.

Our hope through gaining enough data is that we will be able to build a picture of how we are all doing, what our challenges are, and how we might look to serve one another better. We will share the results of the survey with the various agencies who are working in this area to better help them serve us all at this time.

Thank you for your help. Stay Safe

Link to survey – https://t.co/b3R5DXEYVm

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