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Online poll launched after coffee morning

(February 09, 2009) has introduced a new feature - an online poll -  as a direct response to our coffee morning held at the Baptist Church Hall on Saturday morning.
While numbers attending were held back by the terrible weather conditions it was clear that many people had strong opinions about the Town Hall..
“Our thanks are due to those who attended and slid their way along North Row,” said Steve Dancey.
“It was good to meet some new faces who expressed support for what we are trying to achieve.”
The online poll is displayed on a number of our pages including this one (see below). 
The result, including the total number of votes cast, will be revealed at the end of March but those who take part will be given an indication of how things are going when they press the button and vote.
Although it is only possible to vote once we will not know the identity of anyone who takes part.
Other matters also came to the fore during the coffee morning.
"It was interesting that among the issues raised by the public was the town hall, policing, shop fronts, and a desire to see Waitrose come to town," said Paul Macdonald.
 "I particularly liked the feedback about our ideas to bring in an alcohol free bar for the youngsters underneath the town hall and those that could remember the regular dances that were held there."
 Steve Dancey explained that there was feedback from the Factory Shop owners on the website about their frontage.
 "My thanks to those who braved the very slippery conditions," added Paul. "I am looking forward to holding the next one."
 Several of those who attended asked if they could do practical things to help.

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