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YMCA Newark and Sherwood asks for people to complete a survey so they can help shape the future creative programme that will be on offer





A charity is asking for feedback from residents about the kind of activities they would like to see as part of a new creative arts programme.

The YMCA Newark and Sherwood Activity Village is currently researching interest by launching a creative arts survey that will allow them to gather insights to ensure the programme meets the needs and interests of the community.

A spokesman from the organisation said that they believe the key to the programme’s success lies in listening to the voices of those they want to help.

The Newark and Sherwood YMCA Community and Activity Centre at Newark
The Newark and Sherwood YMCA Community and Activity Centre at Newark

They added that for people participating in the survey, there will be an opportunity for them to shape the future of the creative arts programme at the village.

The survey covers a range of topics, including interests, preferences, and availability to participate in various activities like painting, sculpture, dance, music, or any other form of artistic expression.

The survey can be found by clicking here.

There’s also a prize draw for all participants – who will be entered into a prize draw to win a £50 Family Climbing Experience at YMCA Village.

Catherine Shotton, Assistant Operations Manager – Early Years and Childcare, YMCA Nottinghamshire, Newark and Sherwood said: "I'm excited to be planning this new initiative at YMCA Village.

“As we work on this project, I'm looking forward to hearing from young people about what they'd like to include in the activities.

“We've got lots of ideas, but it's important to us that we hear directly from them."



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