Consultation launched on what leisure and culture means to Basildon residents


Residents are being asked for their views on leisure and culture in the basildon borough.

A public consultation is now open until Monday 1 July and the council wants to hear the views of everyone. From eating out to visiting your local park, the council wants to know what residents think about leisure and culture activities in the borough.

Councillor David Harrison, Chairman of the Neighbourhoods and Public Spaces Committee, said:

“We want to hear from as many people as possible as the feedback we receive will help to shape the boroughs’ future.

“Leisure and culture are important parts of the community and help bring us all together. We want to make sure we understand what that means to our residents so that we can shape the future of the borough in a way that will enhance the health and wellbeing of everyone who lives in the borough.”

To take part in the consultation and be entered into a free prize draw to win a family ticket to this year’s Towngate Theatre pantomime visit by Monday 1 July, 2019.

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