What Did You Think of This Year's Christmas Market?

Organisers Brentford Voice wants to hear from attendees

The Christmas market last December
The Christmas market last December. Picture: Guy Lambert


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January 12, 2024

In order to better understand the requirements of the community to aid the planning of future events, Brentford Voice is asking for feedback on this year’s Christmas Market.

The organiser of the event on 17 December was pleased with the turnout on the day and is intending to hold monthly Sunday markets from March of this year with the last Sunday of the month pencilled in as a regular fixture. On the second Sunday of each month there could be another event featuring music, performing arts, perhaps with some stalls for local community groups. The next regular market is scheduled for Sunday 24 March.

Brentford Voice wants to know your views on the event last month, what you thought worked well and would didn’t and what suggestions you have for future markets. Even if you didn't attend, did you feel the publicity was adequate?

A ‘short and simple’ survey is available on this link.

Brentford Voice says that all the information that you provide will be treated as confidential. Your comments will not be identified as belonging to you, instead they will be combined with those gathered from other survey participants.

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