We’d like to find out a little about how things are going for people in our region. Is this Christmas going to seem the same or different?
It would also be interesting to find out if things differ from one county to another. Will people in Norfolk send more Christmas cards than those in Cambridgeshire? Is there a shortage of whisky in Essex but plenty in Suffolk?
We would also like to know whether you are enjoying our work and how we might improve it (we are all volunteers).
So we’d be very grateful if you, our readers, would answer a simple, light-hearted and purely anecdotal survey so we can get an unscientific snapshot of life in East Anglia this December. We’ll feed the results back to you the week before Christmas. Just for fun!
Please click the link to answer the survey, by 18th December. It’s very quick, simple and completely anonymous. We will publish the results before Christmas.
Feel free to share the link, or this page, with friends, neighbours and acquaintances within the Eastern region (Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire). The more the merrier.
The Bylines team – Anna, Aidan, Cameron, Elana, Jack, Jenny, Peter, Sarah and Stephen