Feedback – Part 1

We have always collected feedback from both our audience and exhibitors who attend Yarningham. It’s a way for us to continually improve the festival and find out what does and doesn’t work.

We use the information collected from the feedback forms to inform the next festival. The feedback we receive is a valuable resource and really does make a difference.

What we haven’t done previously is share some of the information and feedback we receive. So over our summer break I asked our designer, illustrator extraordinaire Ben Javens to create some infographics to showcase some of the festivals successes.

The first infographic contains one of our greatest achievements. 96% of the Yarningham audience said that they would attend the festival again. This figure is a mean average taken over the four years of the festival.

I didn’t realise that these figures and statistics were in any way exceptional until I talked to a close friend who works for the National Trust. She said that they would pay good money for these kind of approval ratings especially from audiences.

I’ll share all of the infographics over the next few weeks here on the blog and over on the Yarningham Instagram account.

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Yarningham brochures

brochures

Our Yarningham brochures have arrived.

A big thanks to Ben Javens for designing the layout.  Another big thanks to Kirsten McTeer who has donated a sock pattern called ‘Bournville Socks’.  The pattern is named after Bournville, an area of Birmingham, famous worldwide as the home of Cadbury’s.  In fact the Cadbury factory is just behind our Yarningham venue.

Don’t forget to pick a brochure up when you attend Yarningham.

For more information about Yarningham or to buy advance tickets visit our website.