Survey aims to help improve Grangemouth's Zetland Park
Grangemouth's Friends of Zetland Park group is asking users to take part in an online survey - whose results could help to lever vital lottery funds for improvements.
The straightforward tick-box exercise takes a few minutes to complete, and asks respondees simple questions such as how often they use the park, whether its heritage is important to them, and whether they’d like to get more closely involved with forthcoming projects.
A spokesperson for Friends of Zetland Park said: “If you love the park (and who doesn’t?) please fill it in! It will take around three minutes of your time.
“The Heritage Lottery Fund need this information which will 1) Show them how well used the park is 2) Help inform the next round of funding application.
“Our favourite question is: “What aspects of, or facilities in, the Park do you feel are most in need of improvement?” We are interested to see what replies come back.”
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The survey is at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ZetlandParkRegeneration