By Audlem Webteam - 6th December 2009 7:09am
The yellow Parish Plan Questionnaires were to be returned by 1st December.
Despite that date having passed, the Parish Plan team will be happy to continue receiving any completed questionnaires. They ask that you please complete this questionnaire because:
- Your views are important and will be used in compiling the 2010 Parish Plan.
- Applying for money from public bodies and other sources of funding requires evidence of local support and consultation on issues.
- It will help the village to obtain funding if as many people as possible complete this questionnaire.
Additional formsIf you have lost your questionnaire, or need additional forms in your household, they are available at Audlem Post Office or Williams' newsagents. All members of a household can complete a separate questionnaire.
Completed forms should be returned to Audlem Post Office or Williams' Newsagents. The Parish Plan team thanks all those that have already completed a questionnaire.
A series of working groups will be formed shortly once the questionnaire responses have been analysed. These groups will then produce the action plans in the 2010 Parish Plan. If you are interested in getting involved, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com
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