National Rural Resident Survey

Shropshire Council is encouraging local residents living in rural areas to make their voices heard at national level. A short online survey is being carried out by the Rural Services Network, which campaigns for a fair deal for rural communities. It is aimed at any individuals aged 15 and over, and closes at midnight on Sunday 23 July 2017. (It takes around 15 minutes to complete the survey.)

Details of the survey are given in a Shropshire Newsroom post, which adds that a further aim is to set up a panel of people to be contacted from time to time about their opinions and experiences. (A £10 Amazon voucher is also on offer to 10 respondents chosen at random after the closing date, from those who indicate they are happy to participate in such a panel.)

Rural Services Network is the national champion for rural services, and is seeking to ensure rural areas have a strong voice. The network campaigns for a fair deal for rural communities to maintain their social and economic viability for the benefit of the nation as a whole.

The survey can be completed online by following this link.

The Rural Services Network

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