Cornwall's Vital Signs - CCF seeks your views for important research
11 June 2017
Vital Signs is an initiative which identifies key issues affecting local communities across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Using a combination of existing research and surveys with local residents, Vital Signs reports give a full picture of social trends; key community needs; and what people think of the places where they live and work. As part of the Vital Signs research we would like to invite you to one of a series of drop-in consultation sessions across the county.
Our Vital Signs project will take the form of 3 community consultations across the county, together with academic-based research and a questionnaire. The results from these will be combined and presented in a ‘Vital Signs’ report that will be publicly available. This will not simply be another snapshot of our county, but informative, focused and well represented reports used to plan future funding and strategic projects which will address the areas of most need.
The participation of as many community members and organisations as possible is important in order to reflect a range of views and circumstances.
Your response is incredibly valuable in order to establish a barometer of need and success
Wednesday 26th July 2107 3pm to 6pm at Work Skills South West CIC, Merryhue Farmhouse, Callington, PL17 7HW
Thursday 27th July 2017 3pm to 6pm at Draecena Centre, Draecena Avenue, Falmouth, TR11 2ES
Bodmin - to be confirmed
If you would like to attend one of the drop-in sessions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0156677 9333.