Tell us what you think of County Council services

West Sussex County Council wants to hear from residents about their experiences with council services.

 
Last updated:
26 September 2017

Sessions are being held throughout West Sussex in the next few weeks for residents to have a face to face chat with them.

Debbie Kennard, Cabinet Member for Safer, Stronger Communities, said, “We want to hear directly from our residents about what their experience was like, what they think we could do to improve on that service and how we should be communicating with them about council issues.

“We have over 800,000 residents in West Sussex and we need feedback to help shape our services which are designed for our residents.”

Residents are invited to the following locations:

  • Horsham Library:
    Wednesday 4 October – 10am-12noon
  • Crawley Library:
    Tuesday 3 October – 1pm-3pm
  • Chichester Library:
    Thursday 5 October – 1pm-3pm
    Friday 6 October 1pm-3pm
  • Worthing Library:
    Monday 9 October – 10am-12noon
    Thursday 12 October – 10am-12noon
  • The Wickbourne Centre, Littlehampton:
    Monday 2 October – 12:30pm-2pm

More information can be found by visiting www.westsussex.gov.uk/campaigns/what-matters-to-you.

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