More than two million people are being given an opportunity to tell the NHS about their experiences of using services at their GP practice. The GP Patient Survey invites a sample of people aged 16 and over from over 7,000 practices across England to take part.
Maghull Town Council are currently conducting a survey to find out what the young people of Maghull are looking for in regards to services and activities.
Maghull Town Council are actively looking to expand what is available within the town and hopefully create new opportunities.
The survey is open to all young people aged 11 to 21 years old. It will take no more than three minutes. Please share your views with us!
A message from Jane Kennedy, Merseyside’s Police and Crime Commissioner
“Being a victim of crime can be an extremely upsetting and distressing experience and I understand how important it is that, in their moment of need, a victim gets the help and support they need to cope, and eventually recover.”
“Since 2015 I have been responsible for commissioning some of the support services that are on offer to victims of crime here on Merseyside. This includes support for some of the most vulnerable people in our communities – survivors of sexual offences, child sexual exploitation, domestic violence and hate crime. I am now at the early stage of planning the services that I will commission for 2018-2021 and I want to make sure I am providing the right support, at the right time, for the people who need it most.”
“That’s why I am urging anyone who has been affected by crime (or has decided to seek support for an historic offence) in the last three years to share their experience of the support they received with me to help ensure I commission the right services for victims in the future.”
“I don’t want to second guess the needs of victims and that’s why your views are so important. By listening to your feedback and experiences I can get put the right services in place to help those who are most in need.”
“It is only takes 10 minutes to share your views through a short, anonymous, online survey. By taking part, you will be playing a vital role in ensuring even better care and support for victims in the future.”
“Your help is really appreciated.”
The deadline for taking part is Saturday 16th September.
‘Our Place’, Sefton Care Leavers Centre, is a project managed by Venus. The group are coming to the end of their initial funding award and are evaluating the service to shape future provision and inform our future funding bids for continuation.
Staff, volunteers and young people at Our Place would really value your feedback on the service, so please take a moment to complete the survey below.
For more information on ‘Our Place’, please click here
The Fillies GFC are seeking views from partner organisations working in Sefton (in particular South Sefton) about a new community building and outdoor facilities they are hoping to develop that will respond to the needs of the local community.
Feedback will help to establish the support and potential demand for the building and facilities from partner organisations, and will build upon positive feedback already received from local residents.
For more information about the Fillies GFC, please click here
Sefton Council is looking for views on the borough’s roads and footpaths in a survey that runs until July.
The three-month consultation includes questions on the condition of the roads, street lights, traffic congestion and pollution and the rights of way network. This is a unique opportunity to have your say on how you think these could be improved and what your priorities are.
Jerry McConkey, Service Manager for Transportation & Highway Infrastructure, said: “It would be great if people could take part in this consultation as it’s important to hear a range of views.
“You don’t even have to live in Sefton to take part, as we are seeking the views of anyone who works or travels through the area, and all the feedback will be considered for future service development.”
It’s quick and easy to complete the survey online at www.engagespace.co.uk/sefton
Alternatively, you can complete a paper copy and return it by the closing date of Friday, July 8. To get a copy of the survey in a different format please email YourSeftonYourSay@sefton.gov.ukor call 0151 934 3375.