People are being urged to have their say on leisure provision in Lichfield and Burntwood.

Lichfield District Council is launching a new consultation as it bids to encourage more people to stay active.

A survey is being carried out on the local authority’s behalf, asking how much exercise people do and their thoughts on facilities in the area.

Councillor Liz Little, cabinet member for leisure, said:

“It’s important that we get lots of responses to our survey, as we need to know what is stopping many of our residents from taking part in structured exercise.

“This is your chance to tell us your views about leisure across the district, and help shape our priorities.”

Cllr Liz Little, Lichfield District Council

To complete the survey online, visit before 14th March. 

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  1. A bit ironic given sometime after Easter the Friary sportshall and playing fields are being passed back to the school. What’s the new arrangement, can I use them in any way, no one knows! I guess time to find a new facility, thanks Lichfield!

  2. Lichfield council together with the county can spend money on surveys by sub contractors like it is going out of fashion and when they have the results take not a blind bit of notice

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