Still time to have your say about Worcestershire

Published Wednesday, 3rd June 2015

There's just over a week remaining for Worcestershire residents to have their say on local services, before the latest Viewpoint Survey closes (June 12).

Worcestershire Viewpoint is the Citizens' Panel partnership for Worcestershire County Council, District Councils, local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) and Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service. 

Each year residents are asked to take part, by expressing their views on their area, public services, customer services and other relevant hot topics, including  health services, countryside,  leisure activities, roads, pavements, traffic flow and potholes; and issues such as litter and vandalism.

To access the survey, visit, where you can register to join the Viewpoint panel.  If you don't have internet access at home, you can visit any Worcestershire County Council library or Worcestershire Hub customer centre to access the online survey.

The survey should take no longer than 20 minutes to complete with tick box answers, with the opportunity to expand with ideas, opinions and suggestions.

Responses will be used to inform future decision-making about what services are provided and how to create a more prosperous and sustainable Worcestershire.