Countryside Jobs Service – Readers Survey - The Rewards!
It's been a turbulent few years and it's time we assessed how well CJS is fitting your needs and providing the services you want and need in a way that is simple and easy to use. Your opinions matter and we do listen. The survey is broken into various sections you can complete as many as are appropriate or you want. There are only three compulsory questions everything else is entirely up to you and how much time you want to spend, we think it should take no more than 15 minutes.
We know everyone is incredibly busy and as a thank you to everyone who submits a survey will receive a month (four weeks) of CJS Weekly there are also some fabulous thank you rewards to drawn at random after the survey closes on 24 October.
SURVEY CLOSES ON Sunday 24 October: take part here: https://c-js.uk/CJSReaders
Only by knowing your opinions can we meet your needs and
thus maintain our position as the Biggest and the Best.
Something for everyone and for one person a year's subscription.
Everyone who submits a survey will receive a month (four weeks) of CJS Weekly and one survey drawn at random will receive a full year's subscription which can be added to an existing subscription or given to someone else.
Field Studies Council CourseOn-line courses
£50 voucher to spend at Habitat Aid, a small award winning business in Somerset, which has been selling plants and seeds since 2008. It sells woodland trees, hedging and hedge plants, wildflowers, garden "trees for bees", pond plants, heritage fruit trees, wildflower seed and bulbs.
Sweet Cecily's lip balm gift box - perfect for those days outside in all weathers.
Sweet Cecily’s is a pioneering natural skincare company based close to CJS. The project is part of an existing family run business, Nature’s Laboratory, which researches and manufactures herbal medicines. See: www.sweetcecilys.com
One of two £25 vouchers for NHBS.
Will you pick books or kit? The choice is yours. NHBS’s core purpose is to support those who work to understand, protect, and conserve the natural environment.
One of two sets of stamps featuring National Parks
Royal Mail issued the stamps earlier this year to celebrate seventy years since the creation of the first of our National Parks, ten of the current fifteen National Parks are featured in the ten stamp set.