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Residents’ survey opens

Information from the survey will help to form the council’s future priorities as it develops the next borough-wide plan.

The survey is available online and we are also holding survey drop-in sessions across the borough for people who do not have digital access.

Paper copies are also available from The Amelia Scott in Royal Tunbridge Wells.

Council Leader Ben Chapelard said:

Your views really count, as well as wanting to know what you think about our services and future priorities, we want to share the results with you. It’s important that we continue the conversation with residents, and I hope to meet many of you at the feedback event later in the year.

The consultation is open until 23 July 2023 and you can complete it on the Residents' Survey 2023 page.

Where are the drop-in sessions? Drop-in sessions where people without digital access will be able to complete the survey are being held as follows:

Monday 19 June 12.30 noon to 2.30pm The Old School Hall (Sandhurst) TN18 5JS
Tuesday 20 June 2pm to 4pm Copt Hall (Hawkhurst) TN18 4LR
Wednesday 21 June 2pm to 4pm Wesley Centre (Paddock Wood) TN12 6DS
Thursday 22 June 1.45pm to 3.45pm Lamberhurst Village Hall TN3 8DA
Monday 26 June 1pm to 3pm Goudhurst Village Hall TN17 1AT
Tuesday 27 June 11.30am to 1.30pm St Philip's Church (Sherwood) TN2 3TE
Wednesday 28 June 12 noon to 2pm Benenden Village Hall TN17 4DE
Thursday 29 June 10am to 12 noon The Amelia Scott TN1 1LS
Monday 3 July 12 noon to 2pm Speldhurst Village Hall TN3 0PR
Tuesday 4 July 2pm to 4pm Brenchley Memorial Hall TN12 7NX
Wednesday 5 July 9am to 11am No.1 Community Centre (Showfields) TN2 5PX
Thursday 6 July 2pm to 4pm Pembury Village Hall TN2 4PH
Monday 10 July 2pm to 4pm Southborough Hub TN4 0NA
Tuesday 11 July 2pm to 4pm Bidborough Village Hall TN3 0XD
Wednesday 12 July 2pm to 4pm Vestry Hall (Cranbrook) TN17 3HA
Tuesday 13 July 10am to 12 noon St Paul's Church Centre (Rusthall) TN4 8RE

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