The Wrigley Mill: Community Action Group have launched a community survey in Diggle. They are aiming to discover what, community resources, local residents would like to see developed in the future.

The group has been created in support of Wrigley Mill and in memory of the Chapel and Sunday School that has been on the site since 1864. Group member Charlotte Coleman says, “The Friends of Wrigley Mill are aiming to keep the building for the good of the community as well as celebrating and valuing its contribution over the past 147 years. The old chapel is to be sold and already has the board on the wall. Many people in the village would like to see it retained for community use and have a vision that it could become the hub of Diggle.”

There are two versions of the survey, one is online and the other is a traditional paper questionnaire. The paper questionnaire will be delivered to all residents in Diggle over the next fourteen days and details for the online questionnaire can be found by clicking on the following links:

ADULT survey  CLICK HERE  www.surveymonkey.com/s/NSB8SMF

YOUNG PEOPLE’S RESPONSES (under 16s:)    CLICK HERE  www.surveymonkey.com/s/L6ZFLDJ

It is hoped that most people in Diggle will take part in the survey. Local resident and group member Pat Cliffe said, “The data provided by this survey will give us a clear idea what community resources residents in Diggle want and I hope everyone can find the time to fill one in.”

Further information can be found at www.digglevillage.org.uk and http://www.facebook.com/groups/186722511414085/

 

 

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