Your chance to shape public services where you live
Worcestershire County Council is giving residents the opportunity to join a panel and have their say on what they think about how council services are run where they live.
Residents in the county who are 18 or over are invited to join ‘WCC Viewpoint’ the residents’ panel for research and engagement and will be asked to complete one short survey a year.
Panel members are sometimes invited to take part in other surveys, focus groups or workshops, but this is completely optional.
The council is particularly keen to hear from younger members of the community to ensure the views of all age groups are taken into consideration.
Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Corporate Services and Communication, Councillor Adam Kent said: “This is a great opportunity for members of the public to get involved and share their views on what they really think about how council services are run and to give us their opinions on other local issues.
“Following on from the success of our Viewpoint panel in previous years, we would now like to invite more residents from all walks of life to join in and tell us what they think. Worcestershire County Council is committed to reviewing and improving how its services are delivered to ensure the best outcomes for its residents.”
You can sign up to the panel at any time by visiting: www.worcestershire.gov.uk/viewpoint
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