People living in Lichfield and Burntwood are being asked to share their views and experiences of the coronavirus pandemic in a new survey.

Staffordshire County Council’s are seeking opinions once more after last year’s Covid-19 residents’ survey saw more than 3,900 responses.

The online consultation runs until 30th November and aims to understand how the pandemic continues to affect local residents.

Cllr Alan White, leader of Staffordshire County Council, said:

“The first survey gave us a good understanding of the early effects of the pandemic on Staffordshire people.

“So much has changed over the last year and it’s important that we continue to understand the ongoing impact of the pandemic on our communities so we can plan accordingly for Staffordshire’s recovery.

“The views and experiences of Staffordshire residents are important and we encourage as many people as possible to have their say.”

The survey can be completed online at

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  1. As a very good friend of mine said – and I think this applies to our experiences in the pandemic – “When you have a core group of friends, it’s about seeing them for exactly who they are. When you do that, you see that each one is someone who adds value to your life. I cherish these differences, because that is what makes my mates who have blessed me by being in my life unique.”

    He is very wise.

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