Thanks to everyone who completed our online or paper surveys or who took part in our stakeholder interviews. We have been busy reading through all your thoughts and ideas and have now grouped them into key themes.
We now need to ask for your help again – it doesn’t matter whether you took part in the first survey or not. We need to find out which of the themes you think are the most important and the priority you would put on them in our community action plan. In order to do this we will be asking you to vote online. The poll will open on Monday 15 March and will stay open for a week.
Info videos on each theme:
Before you vote we’d like to give you the opportunity to find out more about each theme, so we are producing five short videos, to provide a bit of context and flavour of what people have said in relation to each theme. These will be available from Monday 15 March to view here or directly on You Tube (search for Crieff Community Trust).
Zoom discussions on each theme:
We would also like to hear more about each theme from you. So we will be running five Zoom sessions online, one devoted to each main theme. These are designed to draw out more detail about what has been said in the survey.
For example if you said: “improve facilities” what does that mean? Or what does “better shops” mean, or “different shops”? We are hoping to tease out more rich feedback, which will help inform the final action plan.
If you’d like to come along to one of the Zoom sessions please email firstname.lastname@example.org by the evening before each session, indicating which session(s) you’d like to attend and we will send you the Zoom sign in details.
If you can’t make one of the specific ones during the week, please do come along to the catch up session on Saturday 20 March and let us hear your thoughts there. Then you will be fully informed about the themes and ready to vote!
Here’s the timetable of Zoom sessions:
Monday 15 March 10.30am – Local economy
Tuesday 16 March 1.30pm – Town enhancement and traffic management
Wednesday 17 March 1.30pm – Environment and heritage
Wednesday 17 March 7.00pm – Youth session – open discussion across all themes
Thursday 18 March 1.30pm – Housing and access to services
Friday 19 March 10.30am – Community – facilities, activities, events and relations
Saturday 20 March 10.30am – Round up session – catch up for those unable to make previous times