forest survey

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beev
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forest survey

Postby beev » Wed Mar 26, 2008 11:08 am

some time ago, some student cats did a couple of surveys in the forest. i think it was about a year ago, maybe a bit more. here are the results:

SURVEY 1

Q1. Male/Female


Male
14

Female
16

Q2. Age range

Under 20
5

20-40
22

40-60
1

60+
0

Q3. How frequently do you visit this establishment?


First time
4

Daily
2

More than once a week
10

Once a fortnight
5

Once a month
2

Other
7

Q4. What attracted you to this establishment?

A welcoming/friendly environment
20

Good value for money
12

Good food
15

Supporting the non profit concept
17

Supporting fair trade
19

Location
0

Other
9

Q5. What introduced you to this establishment?

Newspaper/Mag
0

Internet
0

Television
0

Radio
0

Posters
0

Flyers
1

Billboard/sandwichboard
1

Establishment's sign
3

Tourist Information
0

Word of Mouth/Recommendation
13

Friend
18

Attended a function in building
1

Other
3

Q6. Are you aware that this is a Not for Profit based organisation?

Yes
28

No
2

Q7. If you were aware of this fact, what highlighted it for you?

Menus
0

Staff
8

Notices and advertisements in establishment
7

The church, style of establishment
3

Friends
11

Internet
0

Function
0

Q7b. Not aware

First time
0

Missed any literature stating so
2

Quality
0

Guessed
0

Q8. Do you feel this information is:

Very significant
1

Significant
15

Important
10

Unimportant
3

Insignificant
1

Q9. Do you feel there are positives or negatives in supporting a Not for Profit establishment?

Positive
21

Negative
0

Both
3

Q9b. Are you aware of what the establishment is supporting?

Yes
5

No
12

Guessed
8

Q10. With relation to the mission statement, does this information alter your perception of being a customer at this establishment and if so, how?

Yes
8

No
11

Other
4

Not really
6

SURVEY 2

Q1. Male/Female


Male
14

Female
16

Q2. How long have you been coming and supporting this establishment?

First time
4

A few months
6

6 months - 1 year
2

1-2 years
7

2 years+
11

Q3. Were you acknowledged on arrival with eye contact, a warm smile and a verbal greeting?

Yes
20

No
10

Q4. Were the service staff able to answer or enquire for after an answer for you, if you had any questions and were you satisfied with the answer?

Yes
20

No
2

N/A
8

Q5.

Standard of Decoration


Poor
1

Average
6

Good
11

Excellent
11

Standard of Music

Poor
1

Average
6

Good
13

Excellent
9

Standard of Menu Choice

Poor
0

Average
2

Good
18

Excellent
9

Standard of Service

Poor
0

Average
9

Good
10

Excellent
10

Standard of Food

Poor
0

Average
5

Good
15

Excellent
9

Standard of Costing

Poor
0

Average
3

Good
8

Excellent
18

Standard of Overall environment

Poor
0

Average
0

Good
15

Excellent
14

Q6. Is the external environment of the church buildings having an impact or influence in the experience and the satisfaction?

Yes
4

No
15

Other
4

Not really
2

Q7. In your own opinion would you place this particular establishment on par of the other hospitality establishments within the food and drink sector?

Yes
20

No
8

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Postby ravanwin » Wed Mar 26, 2008 11:49 am

interesting. does this change how we think about our selves?

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Postby chris » Wed Mar 26, 2008 11:58 am

the main thing we seem to be missing is:

Q9b. Are you aware of what the establishment is supporting?

Yes
5

No
12

Guessed
8
Maybe it could work? But it will be a kaleidoscopic blend of mysterious shadows and rainbow hued-dreams seen through compassionate tears.

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Postby martinmckenna » Wed Mar 26, 2008 12:11 pm

yes i would agree on this chris . there seems to be some confusion of what we are . this discussion was kinda fudged at the big meeting.

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Postby Gaz » Wed Mar 26, 2008 8:18 pm

it was covered in great detail at the previous big meeting.

AP - if i remember rightly bill or someone (probably bill) was gonna paint the mission statement on the walls so everyone would know and all would be good...

that is still a good idea if someone wants to do it...yes?
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Re: forest survey

Postby milk » Thu Mar 27, 2008 3:06 am

beev wrote:Poor
1

Average
6

Good
13

Excellent
9


so 1 negative, 1 neutral and 2 positive choices. i love it when surveys do that ;)
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Postby chris » Thu Mar 27, 2008 9:53 am

Gaz is true..

one good sentence, what does it, is needed...
Maybe it could work? But it will be a kaleidoscopic blend of mysterious shadows and rainbow hued-dreams seen through compassionate tears.

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Postby martinmckenna » Thu Mar 27, 2008 10:19 am

a slogan would be good in neon .

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Postby Jimmy Bastard » Thu Mar 27, 2008 10:42 am

Print the legend -

Pep Up the Turmoil
Pep Up The Turmoil

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Postby Jane » Thu Mar 27, 2008 10:58 am

Q8. Do you feel this information is:

Very significant
1

Significant
15

Important
10

Unimportant
3

Insignificant
1


Truly a range of options here.

Did we ever make a mission statement? I agree it should be up and I doubleagree with martin that it should be neon. At least at night. I could taxidermy one for the daytime.
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Postby bill » Thu Mar 27, 2008 10:16 pm

i am poised ready to paint it as soon as alex hands me the sentance that he promised to write depicting in literary form our mission impossible statement.

how ever i could simply paint our formula for existence if anyone could remember it

(S+P²) x U(R+T) = F

i think i remember/written it wrong.
but the calculation works when;S= space, P=peoples (squaring P illustrates peoples meeting peoples). R= resource, T=time, U= the uncontrollable factor. F being our score/us

i make it either 3704 or 4615, which is interesting if done on a proper calculator (see Oðblgshezi)

i return in 10 days when i await further instruction[/url]

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Postby ravanwin » Fri Mar 28, 2008 10:16 am

i like the equation.

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Postby chris » Fri Mar 28, 2008 2:20 pm

wow bill, you like odysseus, you been returning forever!

will you eva arrive?
Maybe it could work? But it will be a kaleidoscopic blend of mysterious shadows and rainbow hued-dreams seen through compassionate tears.

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Postby bill » Fri Mar 28, 2008 8:59 pm

one day, it took odyseus 20 years and i'm not much older. calypso has entraced me and enslaved my crew into swine. and when i come back none of your fuckers better by trying to wed my wife, or i'll string my bow and slay the lot of you. but i'll come back in disguise as a sort of test and only my old dying dog (named argos, like my fav shop) will recognise me. for real.

any mods to the formula?


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