We know local (parish and town) councils are doing a brilliant job in difficult circumstances. Playing your part to support your community and its residents, businesses and groups at this challenging time.

Such as Woodbridge Town Council, Suffolk, which has set-up an emergency response group of councillors and volunteers which will assist with collection/delivery of medicines, shopping, walking the dog or simply being a voice at the end of the phone. Or Hagley Parish Council, Worcestershire, which is acting as an information hub and plans to publicise restaurants offering a delivery service and contact details for NHS helplines. And Backwell Parish Council, Somerset, has a dedicated team of over 30 volunteers who can organise to have someone check in regularly with the elderly or at high-risk either by phone, Skype or FaceTime.

That is why we have published this very short survey to collect stories of local councils and how you are responding to the current situation. Which we can share with other local councils and support our engagement with government.

We would be so grateful if you could spend a few minutes to tell us what you’re doing. Thank you.

 

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* 1. What is the name of your council?

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* 3. What is your electorate?

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* 4. What is your precept for 2019/20?

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* 5. What is your expenditure for 2019/20?

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* 6. Please tell us below how your council is supporting your residents and community in the current Coronavirus situation. (Max 300 words)

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* 7. Please email all supporting documents to policycomms@nalc.gov.uk

Thank you for filling in this survey!

Don’t forget to check out the Coronavirus page on the NALC website for up-to-date information, guidance and support.
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