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Young people in Woking invited to comment on service provision


Wednesday, 22 July, 2020

A survey is now open for young people across Woking to have their say on what improvements they would like to see made to the service provision for young people in the borough.

Questions will determine the needs, interests and issues of the respondents and whether they access the services currently available to them, or not. The survey also hopes to ascertain how safe young residents feel in Woking.

The survey has been produced by the Woking Youth Action Group, a collection of individuals from Local Government, faith, business and third sector who are interested in improving and advocating for Woking’s Young people, and has been driven forward by Woking Borough Council’s Family Support Team. 

The survey is open to young people from all backgrounds who live, work or are educated in Woking Borough and are aged 10 to 25. Those who fall outside of this category are asked not to respond.

The confidential, anonymous survey can be completed online by visiting www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/wokingyoungpeoplesurvey

For more information, or to discuss any concerns, email Sandie Bolger, Youth Development Officer on sandie.bolger@surreycc.gov.uk