29/08/2019 - Permalink

Views sought from residents about SpArC Centre in Bishop’s Castle

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Residents of the Bishop’s Castle area are being asked to share their views on a consultation on the changes to the way that the SpArC Centre is operated.

The public consultation, launched on 22 August 2019, runs until Thursday 31 October 2019.

The aim of the consultation is to give residents of Bishop’s Castle and the surrounding areas the chance to have their say on how the centre can be improved and what they would like to see there in the future.

Shropshire Council also wants to better understand how residents currently use the facility to help inform future developments.

You can complete the survey by following this link.

Lezley Picton, Shropshire Council Cabinet member for culture, leisure, communications and waste, said:

“Shropshire Council wants to listen to resident’s views about how we can improve the SpArC Centre and better understand how they currently use it so I’d encourage residents to respond to this consultation.

“Feedback will be used in consideration when Shropshire Council take over the running of the facility on 1 April, 2020.”

The survey will take around 10 minutes to complete.

For more information about leisure services, click here.