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Consultation is held for public view on events by the council

People are being asked to give their views on which events they would like to see in the Chichester District as part of public consultation which goes live on Monday.


Chichester District Council is currently developing a new events strategy, which aims to provide a year-round programme of events to entertain, educate and inspire residents and visitors across the district. To help shape this work, the council will be asking residents and businesses to say what events they would like to see in the district by taking part in a short survey.


The deadline for responding is midnight on July 29.


There is also a list of frequently asked questions to help put the survey into context and explain some of the terms used.


Residents can request a paper copy of the questionnaire by emailing:


Questions include: how people feel about the number of events currently held in the district, what would encourage them to attend a particular event, and when and where people would like to see more events.


“We’re delighted to have recently employed an events officer to shape and manage a new events strategy for the district, and we’re really keen to find out what our residents and businesses want to see,” said Laurence Foord, divisional manager for communications, licensing and events at the district council.


“The Chichester Vision has identified that developing an events programme could bring significant benefits to the city, its residents, businesses and visitors, as well as the district as a whole.”


People who would like to get involved with more consultations and surveys in the future can also join the council’s Let’s Talk panel.


By signing up, they will be automatically notified of any consultations by email, and can decide whether or not they want to take part. People can join by visiting:


People can give their views online at:

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