A number of local community groups have got together to bid for funding from the Big Lottery Fund to improve Wrexham’s country parks and green spaces and to make it easier for all kinds of people to enjoy them.

The funding will be used to enable local people to use the parks more and improve users experience. With this in mind we want to ask the community what they think about the parks currently and how we can improve them for the future.

Your responses will be kept confidential and we will not share what you say with anyone outside the project team.

Just takes 2 minutes of your time!!

Please could you send completed applications to shane.hughes@keepwalestidy.org  07766 007635 

Many thanks!!

* 2.

Which country parks have you visited in the last 12 months?

* 3. In terms of your usage of the park in the last year, would you describe yourself as:

* 4. If "Never" what are the reasons you have not visited any country parks in the last 12 months?

* 5. When you last visited the park, did you come to:

* 6. What would you like to see within Wrexham's Country Parks and Green Spaces? Please pick up to three categories

* 7. On your last visit did you have any problems getting about on the footpaths, cycle routes and visitor centre car parks? How easy or difficult did you find it to get about on the footpaths?

* 8. If difficult what particularly made it difficult for you to get about? Please pick up to three categories

* 9. Would you be interested in volunteering with us in your local community and learn new skills, meet new people and make a real difference to our Country Parks and Green Spaces? Please note we won’t use your contact details for anything other than contacting you as the project develops and will not pass your details to a third party

* 10. Would you like us to email news on upcoming events at Wrexham's Country Parks?

* 11. Out of the list below which three enhancements would you most like to see at Wrexham's Country Parks and Green Space? Please pick up to three categories

* 12. Do you consider yourself to have a disability that affects your use of Country Parks and open spaces?