Parks and Countryside Service: Building Better Parks 2018

Closed 18 Mar 2018

Opened 18 Jan 2018


The Sheffield City Council, Parks and Countryside Service manages parks, woodlands and green spaces across the City. 

The purpose of this survey is to explore catering and complimentary opportunities (i.e leisure activities) within Sheffield parks and green spaces.


We welcome your feedback: 

We are looking at ways in which to improve your visitor experience and to encourage people to visit Sheffield's green spaces more often to realise the health and wellbeing benefits associated with being outdoors.

We very much value your feedback and will use this to help us evaluate, develop and improve our services. This survey is an opportunity for you to give us your thoughts about the facilities you want to see in Sheffield's parks and open spaces.




Publishing/Privacy Statement 

We may use your comments within a press release, report or online (social media or website). However, your responses will remain anonymous, unless you agree at a later date that you are happy for your name to be linked to your comments.

Updating and removing contact details
If you wish to have your contact details removed or updated at any time, please call us on 0114 2500500 or email

If you or someone else you know would like a paper copy of the survey, please let us know.


(Images: Ecclesfield Park and Crookes Valley Park)


What Happens Next

Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback.

Your survey answers will be reviewed and will help us to discover where we can improve our visitor experience.


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