Have your say in the Banbury Rural Neighbourhood Action Group Survey, Thames Valley Police

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Have your say in the Banbury Rural Neighbourhood Action Group Survey, Thames Valley Police

Have your say and make a difference to your neighbourhood.

Thames Valley Police want your opinion on the top 3 local priorities that affect our neighbourhood the most, so they can devote their resources, time and expertise to deal with any issues.

The online survey will be accessible for 2 weeks from the 13th May.  Enter the survey by clicking here: www.surveymonkey.com/s/22ZY7DD or go to www.thamesvalley.police.uk/home, click on list of all neighbourhoods and scroll down to Banbury Rural and the link will be in the May update.

Your neighbourhood team members and the police team will be also out and about at local libraries this week. You can speak to the team about any issues in a friendly, relaxed environment, receive advice and help with enquires and completing the online survey. The following Library events have been scheduled:

  • Monday 13 May- Banbury Library 9am-1pm
  • Tuesday 14 May-Adderbury Library 10am-12pm & 3pm -7pm
  • Wednesday 15 May-Deddington Library 9:30am-1pm
  • Thursday 16 May- Banbury Library 9am-5pm, Deddington Library 2pm-5pm
  • Friday 17 May-Adderbury 2pm-5pm

 

It is very important that all rural community members participate in the survey so that villages, working groups and individual members of the public can voice their opinions.

If you can’t make it to the Library events and you don’t have access to a computer, you can still take part in the survey. Just call the Police Enquiry Centre on 101 and a member of the neigbourhood team will be happy to arrange a home visit.

Thank you, Acting Sergeant Richard Miller, Thames Valley Police

Posted by Malcolm Patterson, Wardington Parish Council

 

 

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