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Big City Conversation - survey extended
We've been talking to people and gathering views as part of The Big City Conversation since October.
In The Big City Conversation online survey people have told us the thing they like best about Sheffield are the parks and open spaces, and the top 3 things that need improvement are levels of congestion, crime and public transport.
Do you agree? Is there something you would like to add? Have your say– we’ve extended the survey until 14 February – so please get involved!
We want to hear from everybody who calls Sheffield home. We want you to tell us about the issues that are important to you and in your communities right across Sheffield, and to understand how you want to get involved in helping to solve them.
There are two remaining community events in January...
- 24 Janaury 2020, Asda Store, Parsons Cross, S5 8NH, 12 noon - 2pm
- 25 Janaury 2020, Hillsborough Exchange, S6 4HL, 11am - 3pm (we'll be near Home Bargains)
We've also put out some feedback boxes around the city so you can post anything you'd like to tell us in one of those. You can find the feedback boxes in libraries, Howden House, Housing First Points, Sheffield MIND,Heeley City Farm, Shipshape, Reach, the Carers centre, Arbourthorne centre, Family Centres (including Highfield, Darnall, Early days (Southey), First Start (Firth Park), Valley park, Primrose (Walkley), and Centre in the Park at Norfolk Park.
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