Ham Hill Country Park: Visitor survey

Ham Hill is a 390-acre Green Flag-awarded country park located 5 miles outside of Yeovil, Somerset. The site is a popular visitor attraction and recreational facility but it also has a fascinating and important history with archaeological evidence of occupation dating as far back as the Mesolithic era. In addition, Ham Hill is a biologically diverse landscape of woodlands, grasslands and meadows that support a number of rare species.

South Somerset District Council is seeking to secure funds to develop a programme of capital and habitat works, audience engagement and interpretation that will enable them to celebrate the heritage value of Ham Hill – its rich history, diverse species, habitats and landscapes and its special place within the local community. This project will help manage and raise awareness of the site’s important heritage and its sensitivities and issues. It will encourage more people from all backgrounds and abilities to visit and increase visitors’ awareness of what Ham Hill has to offer, signposting them to various locations of interest and thereby helping to manage and preserve the site for future generations.

Your opinions of Ham Hill and this project are important to us and will help us to develop our funding bid, therefore please spare a few minutes to complete this survey. If you feel unable to answer some of the questions please leave them blank.

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