Eccleshall Parish Council Survey Launches

Eccleshall Parish Council have launched a short survey in order to find out more about what residents thoughts and opinions relating the the Parish of Eccleshall. The results of the survey will be used to inform the Parish Council of its direction and objectives.

The survey is open until Friday 22nd November.

The Parish Council are also asking residents to provide feedback on a recent proposal to jointly bid for the now vacant Police Post, in order to prevent conversion to houses and to retain a ten space parking area in order to help with the parking issues in the town centre. In an area where there is not enough parking, even a few spaces can help.

Residents are also asked for their views on the precept (the portion of the Council Tax that is used by the Parish Council to provide services) and the increasing need to fund services and take on responsibilities that are no longer being provided at County level.

Paper copies of the survey are available from the Co-Op, doctors surgery, community centre, library and The Artisan.

Completed surveys can be emailed to the Clerk at or dropped into collection boxes at either the Library or The Artisan.

Please see a copy of the privacy policy relating to the survey.

The Parish Council thanks you for your time, and urges you to take advantage of the opportunity to have your say.