The Offa's Dyke Centre, Knighton - consultation on new exhibitions and displays
This survey is designed to gather feedback on the potential for new exhibition and interpretation within the Offa’s Dyke Centre in Knighton, Powys, Wales.

The ODA is the friend’s group for both Offa’s Dyke Path and Offa’s Dyke, the 8th Century monument. An independent membership-based charity formed in 1969, it encourages and enables visitors to enjoy and understand the Dyke and Welsh Marches; it also actively promotes and financially contributes towards its conservation. The ODA’s aim is to promote the conservation, improvement and better knowledge of the Welsh Border region along the Offa's Dyke Path. We are based in Knighton at the Offa’s Dyke Centre and, when we have reopened, visitors will enjoy a free exhibition on King Offa, the 8th Century ruler of Mercia, and Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail. The Centre sells guidebooks and maps together with an extensive range of quality giftware, and guests in our tea room, overlooking the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, will enjoy the best view in town.

By filling in this survey, you are helping the Offa’s Dyke Association to develop a completely new exhibition and display, that will feature information and images directly inspired by these responses and other consultations with people across Wales and the borders; all the communities along the Dyke.

No personal data will be gathered and your responses will be anonymous. We collect some basic demographic details in order to measure who is represented within our consultation, so we can make sure we hear from as many different people and communities as possible.
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