Local survey seeks residents’ input on Stimpson’s Piece

Residents of Reepham are being asked to share their views on the town’s recreation ground, Stimpson’s Piece.

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Reepham Town Council and the Stimpson’s Piece Charity trustees are eager to make improvements and want local input to steer this process in the right direction.
To achieve this, a survey has been created by the young people of Reepham, in conjunction with Broadland Youth Advisory Board and Resilient Pathways.
They want to hear about what changes would improve the ground and share your experiences, ideas and suggestions.
Whether it is to support the skatepark replacement or not, or to share other ideas, such as adding new benches, outdoor gym equipment or improving the playground, every insight is valuable – and your participation could make a real difference.
The survey can be accessed in two ways: printed versions can be completed at Reepham Library, Market Place, or an online version is available.
In addition, a community drop-in event is planned for Saturday 27 April from 11 am – 1 pm at the Dial House, Market Place, Reepham, where residents can speak with local volunteers and representatives from the town council about the skatepark project or share views and ideas for the local recreation ground.

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