Survey aims to capture a picture of Rugby's cultural habits
RESIDENTS can play a part in shaping future events programmes at the BENN Hall and Rugby Art Gallery and Museum by completing a survey.
The Rugby Culture Survey aims to help the council develop a detailed picture of the cultural habits and interests of residents, with the findings feeding into a new cultural strategy for the town.
The strategy looks set to help shape future exhibition and events programmes at the BENN Hall and Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, and support the council's efforts to broaden the borough's cultural offer to both visitors and residents.
Everyone who completes the survey secures entry into a prize draw - with one lucky winner receiving a £50 high street shopping voucher.
Copies of the survey can also be picked up at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum.
Cllr Heather Timms, Rugby Borough Council portfolio holder for culture, said: "The Rugby Culture Survey aims to lay the foundations for a new strategy for the council's cultural venues, helping us to deliver events, exhibitions and activities which meet the needs of our residents.
"I'd encourage anyone with an interest in the arts and heritage to take the time to complete the survey - it only takes around a quarter of an hour and you could be the lucky winner of a £50 shopping voucher."
Surveys must be completed by 1 April to secure entry to the prize draw.
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