You may recall that Hertfordshire County Council’s 2023 Residents’ Survey was launched this summer, which will be closing shortly.
Our survey is key in building a dialogue with Hertfordshire residents about their lives in the county. To make the right decisions in how we allocate our resources, we are undertaking a survey of residents’ views to establish perceptions of the council and residents’ opinions on their communities, priorities, concerns and wellbeing. Parish, district and county councillors are also being invited to share their views. You can complete the survey here www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/residentsurvey
The deadline for responses to the survey has now been extended slightly to the 18th of September 2023 (11.59pm).
Please encourage residents where possible to take part before the survey closes. The findings of the survey will be used to help the council shape its priorities and will inform planning of the budgets and services to help to meet residents’ needs and expectations. It will also enable the council to measure progress against key priorities set in the Corporate Plan 2022-2025.
Herts Constabulary would love to meet you and discuss crime prevention. Saturday 2nd September 10am – midday. Marford Playing Fields, Wheathampstead
Wheathampstead’s Neighbourhood Plan was passed at Referendum in May and on July 14th became part of St Albans’ Development Plan.
Join us on Tuesday 25th July at 7pm in the Marford Memorial Hall to celebrate and learn a little more about it.
Wheathampstead Parish Council is happy to be involved in Susfest once again and will be holding a sustainability day at the Marford Memorial Hall on Sunday 11th June, 11am – 5pm. Please come along and get involved in our clothes swap, repair shop, refill station and plant and seed swap. Entry is free and refreshments will be available. Remember to Reuse, Repair, Wear and Share!
Please click here to see the full results from last week’s elections