Enjoyed the 2012 Harbour Festival? Help us plan the 2013 festival

Did you go to 2012 Harbour Festival?  If so, please spend 10 minutes to give us your views and help us plan future festivals.

Nearly 300,000 people are estimated to have attended this year’s Harbour Festival which brings much cultural, social and economic benefit to the city.

What did you think?  Are there any lessons to learn and improvements we could make?  What ideas do you have for how we can attract more sponsorship and increase income to cover costs?

Your responses will help us to better understand the economic impact of the festival and help attract more sponsors and support from businesses and community organisations to organise the 2013 festival.
Click to give your views now in our online survey

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We’ll publish the overall results of the survey so interested parties can see the feedback.  If you visited it, we hope you had a great time and look forward to reading about your experiences.  The 2012 Harbour Festival was organised by Bristol City Council with Richmond Event Management.

Give your views now

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Ask Bristol from Bristol City Council provides a range of e-participation tools to make it easier for citizens to get involved in local democracy and raise issues with the council. Ask Bristol includes: webcasting; a consultation finder listing all the council's consultation in one place on the web; a wordpress-powered discussion site and online polling and surveys

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