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Have your say on North Northants parks and leisure

Parks, sports and leisure

20 October 2021

large leisure centre with grass in front and a tree to the left

People are being asked for their views on North Northamptonshire Council’s parks and leisure facilities.

The surveys, which are available at the parks and leisure centres can be completed online, via QR code readers, though paper copies are also available.

Additionally the questionnaires can also be accessed from social media posts, which will be promoted from October 18.

Questions include how helpful the staff were, the range of programme offered, car parking and cleanliness.  Each survey is specific to the facility, so slightly different but they will all be used to assess how the services are performing. 

Our parks and leisure facilities provide a very important service to the people of North Northants and beyond and while we’re very proud of what we have to offer it’s important that we make sure that we’re getting things right.

I would encourage as many people as possible to have their say via the questionnaires and we can then use this feedback to help drive improvements.
Cllr Helen Howell, the Council’s Deputy Leader and Executive Member for Sport, Leisure, Culture and Tourism
Our parks are wonderful green spaces, which are not only lovely to relax in but also provide much needed refuges for plants and wildlife. We would love to hear what people thought of their experiences and see how we can make things even better.Cllr Harriet Pentland, the Council’s Executive Member for Climate and the Green Environment
This sort of feedback is invaluable in driving forward improvements and shows our commitment to helping improve the wellbeing of the people of North Northants.Cllr Jason Smithers, Leader of the Council

The surveys are open until 9pm on Friday, November 12 with a prize draw taking place shortly after once all surveys have been collected to encourage customers to take part.

The prize is a £100 food hamper from Foxy’s Woodland Shop at East Carlton Countryside Park.