Shropshire Council

Shropshire Archives reopening survey

  • Period: 26 June 2020 - 09 July 2020
  • Status: Closed
  • Audiences: Everyone
  • Topics: Leisure and culture
  • Type: Public

Shropshire Archives preserves and makes accessible documents, books, maps, photographs, plans and drawings relating to the historic county of Shropshire, past and present. We usually have around 6,000 people visit our building on Castle Gates, Shrewsbury each year, with many more using our website resources and contacting us via phone, email and online.

During the coronavirus pandemic, we've been accessible online, and staff have been answering queries. We're now keen to welcome people back, to visit us onsite and make use of more of the resources we have available. We'll be making some changes to ensure the health and safety of staff and visitors.

To help us prepare for our reopening, we have a few questions. We'd like to understand how you'd like to use Shropshire Archives over the coming months whilst we continue to respond to the coronavirus pandemic. We want to learn of any concerns you may have so that we can put measures in place to make you feel more comfortable using our services.

Click on the 'How to get involved' tab on this page to have your say.

To find out more about Shropshire Archives visit our website.

Let us know what you'd like to see from a reopened Shropshire Archives service.

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Data protection

Information collected in our surveys will only be used by us (Shropshire Council) to inform the immediate and future provision of our services. The information you provide will be kept confidential in accordance with our Privacy Policy. It will not be shared outside of Shropshire Council. Information collected via our online surveys (hosted on the Surveymonkey website) will be stored on SurveyMonkey’s servers in the United States of America and SurveyMonkey gives an undertaking never to disclose the survey questions or your responses to others without permission.