Bramley Parish Website Users' Survey Form

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Please enter your name and email address if you wish to do so.

email: Revised Thursday 26th. April 2012.
name:
Please Click in the Yes/No box for the following comments or questions.
Section 1: Your use of website

I am a regular visitor to the web-site.

Yes
No
I do not wish to say.
When I visit the site I am not looking for anything specific, just browsing.
I am usually looking for information.
I have not visited enough to make a valid comment.
I like looking at Pictures and photographs
Writing and information
Both Pictures and writing.
I have not visited enough to make a valid comment about writing and pictures.
Section 2: Your Impression of the Site
I have found the site to be Easy to navigate.
Reasonably easy to navigate.
Rather difficult to navigate.
I have not visited enough to make a valid comment how easy the site is to navigate.
Some of the site is password protected. What do you think? I do not see the need for hiding some information.
I find remembering my password a great inconvenience.
It is important that some information is only seen by those who need to see it.
I have not visited enough to make a valid comment.
How much information should there be on each page ? There is too much
There is just the right amount of information on each page.
There needs to be more
I have not visited enough to make a valid comment about information on each page.
When downloading files for yourself, which format do you prefer ? Word 2000/03
PDF
Other (please say which in the box for comments)
No preference
I have not visited enough to make a valid comment about download format.
I visit the site to look at

(please choose as many boxes as apply to you)
Also please add in the comments box anything you think is missing that you would like to see on the site.

Rotas                  Pewnewsheet
Music Lists           Colour Supplements
Annual Report         Service Information
Contact Information
I have not visited enough to make a valid comment about what I am looking for.
Anything else you would like to add: