Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust would like to make Gloucester a happier and healthier place to live for all of its residents (people and wildlife). We are co-developing plans with many organisations and individuals to look at what changes could be made to neighbourhoods in and around the city. However we would like all residents of Gloucester to have their say on changes that could be made, and how people’s lives could be improved.

Please answer the following short survey and ensure you have your say (please select your answers below or write your comments).

* 1. Please tell us your postcode (for monitoring purposes)?

* 2. What do you think are the main issues your community face?

* 3. What should be done to tackle these issues locally?

* 4. How do you think your local area could be improved for the benefit of the community (please tick all that apply)?

* 5. What do you think of the current parks, gardens and green space provision in Gloucester (please tick all that apply)?

* 6. Do you think improvements to the parks and green spaces around Gloucester could help tackle some of the issues for your community identified in question 2?

* 7. Are you aware of any similar work happening in Gloucester that is aims to make improvements to the city for the benefit of its residents? If yes please name below.

* 8. Have you participated in a Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust activity before?

* 9. Would you like Gloucester to become a more wildlife friendly city?

* 10. If you would like to be kept up to date with our 'Gloucester Wild City' project, are interested in getting involved as a volunteer or contributing to the development of plans for this project please leave a contact and tick your preference?

* 11. We'd also love to stay in touch and keep you updated about other exciting GWT projects that we have going on, local wildlife updates, latest at our reserves and to give you the opportunity to feel part of our amazing community by letting you know about our charitable efforts, fundraising and volunteering activities. Please let us know if you're also happy to receive this information by ticking your preference below