River Interaction Survey

River Interaction Survey

Helping us understand how you engage with your river.

Why complete our survey?

We wish to better understand levels of interaction with the rivers and freshwater environments of the River Welland catchment. To do this we invite you to take our short survey, and you could be in with a chance of winning £100 to spend at a local business of your choice. The information you provide will be used by us to secure more funding for local habitat and community projects. Not sure if you live or play in the Welland catchment? See the map on our website or use the Catchment Mapping Portal for more detail.

How to enter

  1.  Click here to enter.
  2. Answer the questions on the survey.
  3. Submit your survey – you will be automatically
    entered into our prize draw.
  4. Watch the live lottery draw to see if you are our lucky winner.

How is the winner selected?

We will draw a winner in a lottery being live-streamed on Facebook. By submitting the survey you will be automatically entered into our prize draw. Each entry will be assigned a number, that number will be placed into a container. After the survey has closed a number will be drawn at random from the container live on Facebook and we will have our winner.

Terms & Conditions

This survey will close at midnight (23:59) on May 31st 2021. The winner will be announced at midday (12:00) on June 11th 2021 in a live lottery draw. You must 16 years or over to enter. Only one survey response per person will be counted. Entries made by family, friends, colleagues or associates of the Welland Rivers Trust will not be entered into the prize draw. By participating in this survey, you are fully aware and give consent to the Welland Rivers Trust to hold your email address and contact you in the future regarding other engagement activities and news.  Failure to comply with any of the Terms and Conditions may result in your entry being withdrawn from the survey and the prize draw.

Photo credit: CC-by-sa/2.0 – River Welland near Uffington by Marathon – geograph.org.uk/p/2397426