Parson Cross Park Survey 2016

Closed 8 Apr 2016

Opened 2 Mar 2016


Do you visit Parson Cross Park occasionally or regularly? Are you a local resident (living in S5) who has never visited Parson Cross Park before? If you answered 'yes' to either of the questions, we want to hear from you!

We are trying to find out what people think about Parson Cross Park in Sheffield (S5), as we have the exciting opportunity to make improvements to the park to benefit the local community.  



Why your views matter

Sheffield City Council has the opportunity to access some funding (via local housing developments) to make improvements to Parson Cross Park, as a result we welcome a little bit of your time to fill in this short survey. Your feedback will provide vital, up to date information, to support the 2008/9 masterplan for Parson Cross Park.

The feedback we receive will help us to prioritise and make improvements to the park, making it a more enjoyable place to visit.

Please note: Any information you provide will remain anonymous. We will not share any personal contact details that you may decide to share with us. Your responses will be used to inform possible changes to Parson Cross Park.

What happens next

We welcome and appreciate your feedback. Thank You for taking part in this survey.

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