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Have your say about your local area

row of people holding up speech bubble signsNewsome Ward Community Survey

Your chance to share your views – February 2013

  • What do you like about living here?
  • What’s the one thing you’d change about your local area?
  • What would you like to see more money spent on in your community?

Please tell us your answers to these and other questions by taking part in our Community Survey – you’ll also be helping to plan for the future of our area.

The survey is being run by Newsome Community First, who are a group of local people working together to support and encourage community projects. We have almost £40,000 of funding available over the next two years, and the survey results will help us decide which projects to support.

We are keen to get the views of as many local people as possible – from all the different neighbourhoods right across the Newsome Ward.

Please take part now:
Newsome Community Survey – take part online now

the survey is open until Monday 25th February 2013.


Other ways that you can help:

  • Share the link with your friends and neighbours in the Newsome Ward.
  • Are you part of a local group?
    Can you hand some paper copies of the survey out to your members?
  • Are you involved with a community venue?
    Can you hand some surveys around in your venue?
  • Do you live in Ashenhurst, Springwood or Primrose Hill?
    Can you hand some surveys out to your neighbours? (We already have a team of timebanking members and local volunteers knocking on doors all over the area, but we could do with a few more helpers in some places).
To request paper copies of the survey, please email Diane at: Newsomeward.Huddersfield@gmail.com or call 07941 652836.


The Newsome Ward area includes:
Armitage Bridge, Ashenhurst, Aspley, Berry Brow, Bluebell Hill, Broadgate, Folly Hall, 
Hall Bower, Highfields, Lockwood, Longley, Longroyd Bridge, Lowerhouses, Newsome, Primrose Hill, Rashcliffe, Salford, Springwood, Stile Common, Taylor Hill and Huddersfield Town Centre.

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