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We want to know how connected our communities are. Share your insights with us to be in to win a trip to Eden.
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How connected are our communities?
We’re working with some clever people at the Centre for Economics and Business Research on a study to help us get a deeper, more meaningful, understanding of how better connected communities can impact the lives of the people who live there.

Who better to tell us than our lovely Big Lunch and Big Lunch Extras crew! We are calling on you to lend a few minutes of your time to answer a few questions that will help us explore why people connecting with one another makes a real difference.

Once you’ve completed our survey, as our way of saying thanks, we’re offering you a chance to win a weekend break in Cornwall. You’ll experience the magic of the Eden Project with a two-day pass to explore, and dinner for two in the Mediterranean Biome. Accommodation and a contribution towards travel are included. For more information please refer to our terms and conditions.

Thank you for taking part and good luck!

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