Online survey to help improve West End
A community group in the West End will this week launch an online survey in a bid to improve the area.
Brenton “Tony” Roberts, a spokesman for a group of community leaders from the White Hill area, in Sandys and Southampton, said they had met on a regular basis since April to develop projects to benefit those who live and work in the area.
Mr Roberts said: “To this end, the leadership are launching a survey aimed at soliciting the views of all residents and families living in the area between the draw bridge at Somerset Bridge, Sandys, and Whale Bay Road, Southampton, to complete the survey instrument to ensure that their views are included in our plans.
“Workers in this community are also invited to complete the survey.”
The online survey will run from January 15 until February 15.
Mr Roberts said the results of the survey would be released after they were analysed.
The group includes representatives from the Mt Zion AME Church, Emmanuel Methodist Church, the Dalton E Tucker Primary School, the Lodge Somers Isle, the Somerset Bridge Recreation Club and residents in the Death Valley Field area.
In addition to its own projects and activities, the group said it hoped to work with other organisations in the area.
The survey will be available online at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SVHQK7Q
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