Horsham District Council is asking residents and visitors to give their views on Warnham Local Nature Reserve.
The Council, with the help of the Friends of Warnham Local Nature Reserve, is conducting a satisfaction survey which will take place over the next four weeks and aims to assess overall satisfaction with the Nature Reserve and, importantly, highlight any areas for improvement.
Cabinet Member for Leisure and Culture Cllr Jonathan Chowen said:
“We know how much local people value Warnham Local Nature Reserve and we are always looking for ways to improve the experience there.
“At the same time we appreciate that some people do not visit it, and we would like to know why.
“The survey will help the Council understand what people would like to see in the Nature Reserve and help us direct future spending and funding as part of our management plan.
“Many thanks to our exceptional volunteers, the Friends of Warnham Local Nature Reserve, for helping residents to complete the survey. Please do take the opportunity to have your say.”
The survey will be available to complete online from 29 March until 30 April. Click here to participate.
Alternatively, do look out for the volunteers from the ‘Friends of Warnham Local Nature Reserve’ who’ll be circulating around Horsham Town Centre, Swan Walk Shopping Centre, Horsham Library and other Council owned parks such as Chesworth Farm and Southwater Country Park with the survey.