Sheffield General Cemetery – safeguarding the next 100 years

Closed 11 Oct 2020

Opened 18 Sep 2020

Results Updated 14 Oct 2020

The responses are being collated and we will feedback the results soon.

Overview

Sandford Avenue, photograph by Adrian Hallam

Sandford Avenue, photograph by Adrian Hallam

Sheffield City Council has been awarded a £3 million grant from the National Lottery Parks for People fund as part of a long term programme of investment to safeguard Sheffield General Cemetery for the future.  Parts of Sheffield General Cemetery are almost 200 years old and our project will ensure the Cemetery continues to be a safe and enjoyable place for people to visit for the next 100 years whilst protecting and investing in its heritage and wildlife.

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Why We Are Consulting

The Council is working closely with the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the General Cemetery Whole Site Management Group and other interested stakeholders to ensure everyone who cares about the General Cemetery has a voice in the delivery of the project. 

We’ve updated some of our plans from those proposed in 2017 and would be grateful if you could let us know what you think about 4 particular areas where we need your input to work out the best approach.   There may be other questions that we want to ask later in the year as we continue to develop.  Look out for other surveys or opportunities to have your say over the autumn.

Publishing/Privacy Statement

Your responses will remain anonymous.  We may share the content of your responses with the Heritage Lottery Fund and the design team in order to inform the designs.

Updating and removing contact details

If you wish to have your contact details removed or updated at any time, please contact us on 0114 2500500 or email parksandcountryside@sheffield.gov.uk

If you know someone that may like to take part who requires a paper copy of the survey, please let us know.

What Happens Next

Thank you for taking part in our survey.  Your feedback is very important to us and it will help to inform future services.

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Find out more about events and activities organised by Sheffield General Cemetery Trust and volunteering opportunities, visit their website 

Please note: There are no more questions in this survey.
 

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Planning Policy Changes and Consultation
  • Leisure and Activities (Activity Sheffield)
  • Parking
  • Targeted